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troubleshooting Question

One form, one Enter key, and two ImageButtons (asp.net)

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So here is the scenario (containing asp.net components)....

[ TextBox A]                  [ TextBox B]

[ ImageButton A]           [ ImageButton B]

Regardless of which TextBox has focus, once the Enter key is hit, the OnClick (server-side) event of the first ImageButton script gets executed.

I want it such that if the focus is on TextBox B and the Enter key is hit, then the OnClick event of ImageButton B gets executed.

What is the cleanest way to implement something like this?

The solution can be all javascript.

Thanks in advance.
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