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Hi everyone

is there something i can use instead of getAttention method in JS?
this seems not to work in IE and FF

regards

Feb 19 '07 #1
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On Feb 19, 1:04 pm, "baretq" <nie powiem @ com.plwrote:
Hi everyone

is there something i can use instead of getAttention method in JS?
this seems not to work in IE and FF

regards
Depends. If you would kindly explain what your goal is, someone might
be able to help you better.

Feb 19 '07 #2

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"baretq" <nie powiem @ com.plwrote in message news:er**********@nemesis.news.tpi.pl...
Hi everyone

is there something i can use instead of getAttention method in JS?
this seems not to work in IE and FF
I guess that depends on what you want. window.focus() perhaps?

http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs...w.getAttention

....the primary usability of getAttention is in chrome applications.

-Lost
Feb 19 '07 #3

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>regards

Depends. If you would kindly explain what your goal is, someone might
be able to help you better.
i would like my page to blink on the status bar when some event happens on
it
Feb 21 '07 #4

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On Feb 21, 10:14 am, "baretq" <nie powiem @ com.plwrote:
regards
Depends. If you would kindly explain what your goal is, someone might
be able to help you better.

i would like my page to blink on the status bar when some event happens on
it
try: window.alert (or just alert for short), which will cause the task
bar to blink - from a usability standpoint, they're both pretty much
the most obnoxious tools at a web developer's disposal, but they get
the job done if that's what you want.

-David

Feb 21 '07 #5

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try: window.alert (or just alert for short), which will cause the task
bar to blink - from a usability standpoint, they're both pretty much
the most obnoxious tools at a web developer's disposal, but they get
the job done if that's what you want.
thanks for help
but this solution only work when i have something like: window.alert(' ')
so the page blink on the toolbar but when i go there i have also this JS
alert box which i don't want to show up
is it possible?
Feb 21 '07 #6

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