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prevent this page from creating additional dialog..How to disable this dialog box

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i know to solve this problem by going about:config and to correct it,but i want to know whether is there any other way to block this dialog box. How all the user of my application will follow that ?

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No, you can't change that behavior via JavaScript.
You can only instruct users not to tick that box or make sure that you exceed that default timeout of 3 seconds.

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cor-el
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Create a new Integer pref with the name dom.successive_dialog_time_limit and set the value to 0.

Question owner

Thank you for your reply friend..the solution u posted is 100% correct.but how to do this via script..since when my application runs on the browser all the users cant follow these steps.


Is there any way to do this via java script?????

if any one have the solution please post it.

Thanks

Question owner

Thank you for your reply friend..the solution u posted is 100% correct.but how to do this via script..since when my application runs on the browser all the users cant follow these steps.


Is there any way to do this via java script?????

if any one have the solution please post it.

Thanks

cor-el
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No, you can't change that behavior via JavaScript.
You can only instruct users not to tick that box or make sure that you exceed that default timeout of 3 seconds.

Question owner

i was trying that for the last two days..

Thank you

cor-el
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A good place to ask advice about web development is at the MozillaZine "Web Development/Standards Evangelism" forum.

The helpers at that forum are more knowledgeable about web development issues.
You need to register at the MozillaZine forum site in order to post at that forum.