window.top.location.replace

window.top.location.replace seems to work fine in ie redirecting user to an install page for sa plugin but it does nothing in firefox. I do not get any errors. Here is the example page:

http://www.cyberboost.net/FPS.html

I want it to download my voice plugin when they enter the game and it works fine in ie but does nothing in firefox. Any ideas?

Thanks
Jason
jrleggettAsked:
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rjdownCommented:
I'm not sure what you're try to do here. window.top is used for breaking out of frames, you don't seem to have any though.

If you just want to redirect, use window.location.href
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jrleggettAuthor Commented:
I just didnt want to leave the page. But i found what it was I was setting an incorrect url for Firefox.
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