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JSF popup and submit

 
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Hi all!
I have a JSF page with link and a submit button.
The link has a hover-popup, using tomahawk-taglibraries... something like,



Now, when I click submit button, my progress-bar shows to be progressing [b]. While it is [b]still in progress, I move my mouse over the link, that stops the progress-bar. This looks like, the page has become static, however after sometime, the page transition of submit button happens and the next page is displayed.

I want to avoid this illusion that on mouse-hover the submit process is cancelled. Either the mouse-hover popup should be disabled after clicking submit or on mouse-hover the submit process should not look like stopped(progress bar should be in progress).
 
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What if you can hide the link and other clickable components on the page? Or better yet hide the page itself? Did you consider that option?
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