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    open an non-fullscreen popup from a fullscreen window

    How to popup a new window from a fullscreen window, which is NOT fullscreen?? Tried it with: window.open("http://www.link.de","_blank","menubar=yes,toolbar=yes,resizable=yes"); this does not work ..

    Thanks for any help!

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    don't use any features in conjunction with _blank

    window.open("http://www.link.de","_blank","");

    If it still comes up fullscreen, you will need to specify all the features that you want/don't want, including 'fullscreen=no'
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    no this does not work either. i tried all these versions:

    window.open("http://www.link.de/","_blank","menubar=yes,toolbar=yes,resizable=yes,fullscreen=no");

    window.open("http://www.link.de/","_blank","fullscreen=no");

    window.open("http://www.link.de/","");

    when i leave out "_blank" the popup doesn`t open at all:

    window.open("http://www.link.de/","fullscreen=no");

    I´m

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    <A HREF="" onClick="window.open('yourfilenamehere.htm', 'newWnd',
    'width=300,height=210,menubar=no,location=no,scrollbars=no');
    return false;" "onmouseout="window.status=' '; return true" onmouseover="window.status='Your Pop Up Window'; return true"><b><font color="#00FFFF" size="3">Click here to open the window</font></b></A>


    Try this for your pop up. Mess around with the figures to get the position you need.

    Rab
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    you can also use the left=x and top=x to get the window in the right position on the screen

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    Smile Thank you ..

    that works!


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