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    multiple html links in same projector

    I have two html links to a site that is on a CD-ROM from a Flahs 6 projector. I want them to open in the same window, i.e. if I click link 1 first, link 2 should open in that same browser window and vice versa.

    What is the best way to do this?

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    This does not happen when I run html links from the standalone player. I dont see why you are getting a new browser window from the second link ( unless you have specidfied _blank or something for target.
    But Im om Mac. It may be different on a PC.

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    Sorry, but it still doesn't work

    I deleted my earlier post because I thought it was working, but it isn't.

    I have double-checked this new file, and it is still having this trouble.

    It seems that it did work once, but now both my test file and the CD don't work, and I definitely don't have any "_top" or "_blank" commands.

    Help!

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    Senior Member pellepiano's Avatar
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    Unfortuantely Im not to good with this, controlling windows from external sources. Maybe someone else will jump in.

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    Try JWeb it will open up the URL in ONE browser and it's FREE.

    http://jweb.***********.com

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