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    Dumping everything currently available

    How could I go about dumping ALL information available in "window" so that I can see all properties and all values and methods, etc that exist in the window object?

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    a) Use DOM Inspector tool in Mozilla
    b) http://javascript.internet.com/page-...m-browser.html
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    How would I get access to a list of all browser windows open and their individual document structure (rather than just one document)?

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    Sorry if I sounded like I was repeating myself.

    Basically I am trying to figure out a way to access document elements in a window that is spawned by clicking a link.

    I need to dynamically fill out a form on the new window that opens to help automate a series of steps.

    Unfortunately I cannot change the code in opened window, so I cannot opener to fetch the form data, I must effectively find some way to push it to the related form on the opened window.

    I have been working on this for quite some time now and I am beginning to think I should try something XULish instead of using JavaScript, but that would exclude IE from the taking advantage of this.
    Last edited by bauhsoj; 09-21-2005 at 11:01 PM.


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