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Can I restore minimized browser window via script?

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I have a simple chat application. "Host" program has a timer and listens for
new requests for chat. The host user will typically minimize that window when
there's nothing happening, but I'd like to provide a visual cue (e.g. explode
the window) when a new request shows up.

I think I can *maximize* the host window (using resizeTo, etc.), but I
really want to *restore* its size to what it was before (i.e. mimic the
"restore" button on a minimized window).

Googled and came up empty. Any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks,

Bill
Nov 19 '05 #1
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I have a simple chat application. "Host" program has a timer and listens
for
new requests for chat. The host user will typically minimize that window
when
there's nothing happening, but I'd like to provide a visual cue (e.g.
explode
the window) when a new request shows up.

I think I can *maximize* the host window (using resizeTo, etc.), but I
really want to *restore* its size to what it was before (i.e. mimic the
"restore" button on a minimized window).

Googled and came up empty. Any thoughts are appreciated.

Thanks,

Bill

Nov 19 '05 #2

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