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    Disabling Status Bar

    I know you can disable a status bar on a window created from the parent window by doing the window.open(....,status=no...) but is there a way to disable the status bar after the new window has been created?

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    OK, I asked the wrong question. I don't want to disable the status bar so that messages don't appear in it. I want to hide the status bar so that it doesn't show up on the bottom of the window I opened. If I could, I would just change the call on my html page located in the parent window that opens the new window to "status=no", but I have this html page at all of my customer sites and I can't just send them a new page since every page is taylored to their site. I found a way to hide scrollbars after the window has opened. Now I need a way to hide the status bar.

    Is window.status the only attribute available for the status bar or is there a window.status.value or something like that? Also, is there some webpage I can go to to find a list of all the different javascript attributes for window, document, scrollbars, etc....?


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