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    I'm having trouble finding information on the differences in JavaScript for the Navigator and IE browsers.

    I cannot get the following window object properties to work with IE5 :

    alwaysRaised
    dependent
    hotkeys
    titlebar

    Are these Navigator specific properties?, if so what are the IE equivalents?
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    Isn't it just a signature problem?


    It seems you're trying to use commands that need your script to be signed to work properly.
    As alwaysRaised, for example, which is part of the JavaScript 1.2 specification, and is supposed to work on recent releases of both IE and NN.
    Opening a new window with no titlebar needs as well your script to be signed.
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    thanks zitoun,

    how does one go about using signed scripts?
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    i've read about signed scripts now, and ruled out the window properties I can't use (for now). I have also checked my Javascript manual. I still can't find anything about the 'dependent' property - is this also subject to signed scripts?

    Also, is it at all possible to disable the maximise and minimise browser buttons?
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    dependent ( used in window.open() )
    If "yes", the new window will de a child of the current window. A child window closes itself when its parent window gets closed.
    I don't think you can manage browser buttons in IE or NN. As they're part of the titlebar, which requires signing, you could probably not reach them, or their related events, with JavaScript for now anyway.
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    Smile


    Thanks adios, am looking into it now
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    Here is a great list of browser differences in JavaScript -- http://webdevelopersjournal.com/arti...mitations.html
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    Thumbs up


    thanks rycamor

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