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Can you capture an unknown event?

Kelly Dolan
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Joined: Jan 08, 2002
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I am referencing a COM object in my HTML and it is throwing an event. I don't know the name of the event or its signature. Is there any way I can generically catch this event and find out its name, params, etc. or in JavaScript determine what it is? I'm in the process of trying to track down the author of the COM object but this will be a slow process which is why I'm asking.
Thanks!
- Kelly
 
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