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javascript function call issue on safari

 
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Hi,

This is specific to safari 2.0.4 on mac 10.4.7. Works fine on safari 2.0.3 and other browsers.On my JSP page I have 4-5 links. Each link is a call to a javascript function, which in turn opens a new html window. After I log in, a click on any one of the link opens the appropriate window, but other links dont work after that. When i refresh i could click on any one of the links again but subsequent clicking on other links does not work. Any suggestions?

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Code?
 
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I kind of now see what the problems is. IE uses a function call showModalWindow which is not supported by safari. So my code tries to emulate that function.



Is there any other means i could handle the showModalWindow for safari?
 
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Originally posted by Viralraj Upadhyay:
IE uses a function call showModalWindow which is not supported by safari.



showModalWindow is proprietary to IE and is not supported by any other browser than IE.
[ July 19, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
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