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Hi Experts,
I am using the "javascript: return confirm('Are you sure ?');"
to get the confirmation from user.That is fine.The pop up has buttons 'Ok' and 'Cancel'.
Instead of 'Ok',I want to show 'Yes'.
What should be changed?
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Hello,

It is not possible to changes the default confirm button in javascript.

Instead i suggestion you can used your custom confirm box.

Below link will help you in custom confirm box.

http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=2581

Hope this will solve your problem.
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Hmmm well  it need to be modified as if it seems that there is no other way.
Thanks for your comment.
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