Hi, assuming you're asking if event-bubbling is of any use, a small example would be when dragging an object, you could put the onmousemove and onmouseup eventlisteners on the document, and they'd bubble through the object while dragging. This would make for a more modular drag-code in some circumstances. In SVG bubbling is not as yet implemented in the Adobe viewer, and frequently people comment on this annoyance. Of course, the reason they are only really stopped from script, is because bubble is on by default, and because it is implemented in a different way between NS and IE, which makes standard bubbling a night-mare in DHTML. DynAPI captures the bubble, and tries to enforce a standard bubble across browsers. See, http://www.richardinfo.com/examples/php/examples.html specifically: http://www.your-site.com/~rinfo//examples/examples/dynapi.event.bubbling.htm l or dynapi.sourceforge.net Cheers, Richard. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Peter-Paul Koch" <gassinaumasis at hotmail.com> Therefore I'd like to know if anyone knows of a good *practical* example script where capturing and/or bubbling is used (no tutorials, just a script that does something useful on a website). Personally I can't think of a good implementation, but if anyone can prove me wrong, please do.