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Using javascript, is there a way to notify a user of a change when a window is minimized?

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Using javascript, is there a way to notify a user of a change when a window is minimized?

I want to make a page that,  when minimized, can visually notify the user that the page has changed. Is it possible to do this. For example, in Windows, a minimized window blinks in the task bar. is there a universal comman that would work in windows/os x/linux ie/firefox/safari?

or does anyone know how to do this in all of the above?
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