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How to create a floating window like Google notebook

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Those who have used Google notebook may notice that google notebook
displays the notes in a small floating window of the browser. I have
tried to create a similar floating window, but with no luck. Dojo has a
sample floating window, but that floating window has to exist in a
browser page, but looks like Google's floating window can exist
independently.
I also tried to debug the google notebook javascript code. It has two
compressed javascript files. One is more than 300k and the other one is
130k. It is too complicated for me to debug the code.

Anybody has some ideas how to create a similar floating window?

Any document, samples will be appreciated.

thanks in advance,
Qiang

Sep 9 '06 #1
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I do not need a fancy window like Google notebook. All I need is just a
float window that displays a web page.

A minimize button (or link), a maximize button is needed.

Qiang

Sep 9 '06 #2

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Qiang wrote on 10 sep 2006 in comp.lang.javascript:
I do not need a fancy window like Google notebook. All I need is just a
float window that displays a web page.
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What is a "float window"?
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A minimize button (or link), a maximize button is needed.
Most browsers do this automagically.

What is a "minimize link"?

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Sep 9 '06 #3

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