Developed using GWT.--
Prior to Chrome 49 I could use the site perfectly fine, we have a dynamic web page with a tree view and a page view, each having it's own key handlers (copy/paste/up/down etc).
Pre Chrome 49 (and Safari/IE/Firefox) the site's behavior is as intended, pressing a key registers in the proper view I am in. In Chrome 49, the events are overridden by my tree view, all events go through there and the rest are ignored.
I don't know how else to explain this, but if I revert to a lower version of Chrome or use one of the other browsers, it will work as it did before, where the events are fired in the current view.
I can't even provide an exception or any error logging through GWT Super Dev Mode, there is no actual error, just the wrong event handlers are being triggered.
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