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    Hi, i use this statements to get and store information of size and placement of the browser window:

    document.ProfileForm.WinHeight.value = parent.window.outerHeight;
    document.ProfileForm.WinWidth.value = parent.window.outerWidth;
    document.ProfileForm.WinLeft.value = parent.window.screenX;
    document.ProfileForm.WinTop.value = parent.window.screenY;

    Obviously this works fine in NS but not in IE, is there some way I can get the same information in IE?

    I store the info in a database so the user gets the same size and placement every time he logs in to my application.

    / Zebaot
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    Hi

    You can use
    document.body.clientWidth
    (inner width of the browser window in px)
    document.body.ClientHeight
    (inner height of the browser window in px)

    it's not quite the same, but I hope you can use it

    // Martin

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