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Hooking browser Stop button?

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Anyone know how to hook a browser's Stop button (event?) in JS? I've
looked through the Document and Window DOM events in my O'Reilly JS
book and don't see anything that stands out. About the closest thing
I've come across is onAbort() in the Image object... I just want to
know if Stop was clicked and if so redirect using parent.location...

Thanks,
Chris
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Chris Olive
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Jul 20 '05 #1
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C. Olive wrote:
Anyone know how to hook a browser's Stop button (event?) in JS? I've
looked through the Document and Window DOM events in my O'Reilly JS
book and don't see anything that stands out. About the closest thing
I've come across is onAbort() in the Image object... I just want to
know if Stop was clicked and if so redirect using parent.location...


There is no hook for for the stop button

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Martin Honnen
http://JavaScript.FAQTs.com/

Jul 20 '05 #2

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