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Default Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-14-2008 , 11:35 AM






Is it possible to get "Yes" and "No" for the two buttons rather than "OK"
and "Cancel"?

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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-14-2008 , 11:40 AM






"Murray *ACE*" <forums (AT) HAHAgreat-web-sights (DOT) com> wrote

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Is it possible to get "Yes" and "No" for the two buttons rather than "OK"
and "Cancel"?
Nope

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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-14-2008 , 12:40 PM



You would have to use a custom dialog:
http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples...x/msg-box.html

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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-14-2008 , 12:52 PM



Nice link - thanks!

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"bregent" <webforumsuser (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote

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You would have to use a custom dialog:
http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples...x/msg-box.html


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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-14-2008 , 04:46 PM




On Thu, 14 Aug 2008 12:35:53 -0400
Murray *ACE* said :

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Is it possible to get "Yes" and "No" for the two buttons rather than "OK"
and "Cancel"?
No ... but you could use a model Dialogue Box.

Maybe this link might help:

http://javascript.about.com/library/blmodald1.htm


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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-20-2008 , 06:50 AM



That's a nice link, but 91K of CSS? Wow. Have you used this method?

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"bregent" <webforumsuser (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote

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You would have to use a custom dialog:
http://extjs.com/deploy/dev/examples...x/msg-box.html


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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-20-2008 , 10:26 AM



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That's a nice link, but 91K of CSS? Wow. Have you used this method?
Nope. Just searched for it when you asked. I haven't looked to closely but
that link is to a site for foundation library, which I assume is also required.
I'm betting there are some bare bones examples out there you can copy if you
look around. I'll post back if I find any.



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Default Re: Javascript confirm() with Yes/No? - 08-22-2008 , 06:51 AM



Thanks!

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"bregent" <webforumsuser (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote

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That's a nice link, but 91K of CSS? Wow. Have you used this method?

Nope. Just searched for it when you asked. I haven't looked to closely but
that link is to a site for foundation library, which I assume is also
required.
I'm betting there are some bare bones examples out there you can copy if
you
look around. I'll post back if I find any.



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