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Java script <input type="file" issue.

Posted on 2008-06-17
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How do I reference the browser window generated by the "browse button associated with a file type input form element?
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Not.
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There are somethings that the browser will NOT let you do. This is one of them. You have to pick your file and then do whatever on the "parent" window.
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I thought as much but I wanted to check.
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