Also, apparently the Comcast Protection Suite software that gets passed along for a lot of new Comcast users, which is why we believe this problem is so pervasive. I'm even more astounded by Norton, which had this response after a user complained about the slower keystroke rates once this software was installed:
Besides asking every user to disable the Comcast toolbar plug-in, the workaround/fix is actually quite simple. Apparently the native onclick handler checks need to verify that apply() can be run. Normally DLL onclick handlers return 'undefined', which therefore are missing an apply() function. We can enforce this check within the jQuery code, for which we'll be submitting a patch soon.
|3212||3212|| // Note that this |
|3213||3213|| handle = ontype &&|
|3214|| if ( handle && |
|3214|| // Workaround for Comcast |
|3215|| // Apparently |
|3216|| if ( handle && |