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Hi,

Is it possible to change the text on the OK and Cancel buttons of confirm(). In my webapplication the user can change the language. I also want the buttons of confirm to change. I think it is impossible or very difficult, but maybe there are other solutions. I'm thinking of diplaying a window that looks like a confirm dialog. Somebody knows where i can find something like this or are there other solutions?

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x_com,

Thanks for the links.
I already have examples of how to do it this way, but i was hoping i could find a ready example of a confirm() dialog. With different text on the buttons. With the vbscript link it is not possible. Well it doesn't look that difficult, i maybe better try it myself.
If nobody else comes with a better solution, you can have the points.

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