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window.locationbar.visible not working in IE6?

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In IE6, window.locationbar.visible  returns nothing, whereas in Netscape and FireFox it returns true/false. I want to use it to determine if it is a pop-up window. Any other way? thanks
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if (window.opener) alert('I am a popup')

is a better test, because I can pop a window with location bar visible
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