MSGBOX in Client side vbscript

I am successfully displaying client side msgbox("Try again"). But the title of the msgbox is "Visual Basic". I need to get rid of that title. I also successfully displayed my title but it still said Visual Basic. ie "Visual Basic - My message"
Pepster had some comments on this to someone else but I feel that for my purposes, it wasn't answered.. Any help?

Thanks
lleyvaAsked:
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PepsterCommented:
Title is the third parameter so try:

MsgBox "Try Again",,"I am the Title"
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HencahCommented:
Would you try alert method from Window object?

Even though it give you default title, ie "Internet Explorer" but it's more make a sense. Try this:

alert("try again")

By using vb msgbox, I think it's impossible to do like what you like.

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lleyvaAuthor Commented:
Hey Pepster,

MsgBox "Try Again",,"I am the Title"
will give me a dialog box with the title: "Visual Basic - I am the Title".
It doesn't solve my problem...

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PepsterCommented:
it dosen`t
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PepsterCommented:
and the VB MsgBox is very flexible.
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lleyvaAuthor Commented:
Is that a question?
If it is a question, the answer is no, it doesn't. If it is an exclamation, Does it mean that you expect it to work. I hope so because I really need it.
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PepsterCommented:
it definetly works, post your code if your still getting a problem.

Cheers
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