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i have added in my net program a java script thats will close the window
"window.close()", but while debuging when it reaches this line it will give
the user a message telling him that the window will close ( yes or no ) so am
i able to stop tis message to make it close directly ??.
another thing is that window.open() will give me a new window am i able to
stop accessing the page that loaded this command till the user finishes from
the new one ??
thank you for responding
Nov 21 '05 #1
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* =?Utf-8?B?aHVzZWlu?= <hu****@discussions.microsoft.com> scripsit:
i have added in my net program a java script thats will close the window
"window.close()", but while debuging when it reaches this line it will give
the user a message telling him that the window will close ( yes or no ) so am
i able to stop tis message to make it close directly ??.
another thing is that window.open() will give me a new window am i able to
stop accessing the page that loaded this command till the user finishes from
the new one ??


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Nov 21 '05 #2

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Husein,

I will advice you to ask this in a JavaScript newsgroup.

Keep in mind that the clossing and opening from windows.open in XP
servicepack 2 will be restricted. (popup.windows)

Cor
Nov 21 '05 #3

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