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Javascript popup windows empty

Some people have noticed in my application that sometimes while rapidly
opening and closing a javascript window, the window will be empty.
Closing and reopening the window will not repopulate the window. There
is no heavy processing in the popup, just some div tags and a simple
list.

I've heard that this is an issue with javascript, and if it is, I need
to convince my boss. :)

Any help would be fantastic. Thanks.

Jul 23 '05 #1
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It really depends on what you have in the code, the popup alone will
launch and process, whatever you give to process, could be a runtime issue
in your code, but as for js, no, it should work fine.

Danny

On Tue, 28 Jun 2005 08:20:57 -0700, colinhumber <co*********@gm ail.com>
wrote:
Some people have noticed in my application that sometimes while rapidly
opening and closing a javascript window, the window will be empty.
Closing and reopening the window will not repopulate the window. There
is no heavy processing in the popup, just some div tags and a simple
list.

I've heard that this is an issue with javascript, and if it is, I need
to convince my boss. :)

Any help would be fantastic. Thanks.


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