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I have this asp classic code to fix, the problem is when i m using IE10 and then type some txt in the message box to send mail then as soon as i select for <b>,<i> etc, the text gets deleted now this function is ok with IE 9 I don't know why its acting weird with IE10.
Any suggestion,
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Question by:skbhagat35
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by:Barry62
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Post your code.
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by:skbhagat35
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This is the code for above question

<script language="JavaScript">
notext = true;
function displaymsg1(){
if (notext == true)
      {
            alert("You must click in the text area you wish to view first.")
            return;
      }
      // replace ExStream tags with HTML tags
      var input = currentitem.value.replace(/<bi>/gi, "<b><i>")
      var input2 = input.replace(/<bu>/gi, "<b><u>")
      var input3 = input2.replace(/<iu>/gi, "<u><i>")
      var input4 = input3.replace(/<biu>/gi, "<b><i><u>")
      var input5 = input4.replace(/<\/bi>/gi, "</i></b>")
      var input6 = input5.replace(/<\/bu>/gi, "</u></b>")
      var input7 = input6.replace(/<\/iu>/gi, "</u></i>")
      var input8 = input7.replace(/<\/biu>/gi, "</u></i></b>")
      var input9 = input8.replace(/\r/gi, "<br>")

      
      // Set up Page Colors & Table  
      var s1 = "<TITLE>View Your Text</TITLE><BODY BGCOLOR='ffffff'><BASEFONT SIZE=2 FACE=arial>"    
      var s2 = "<a href='javascript:self.close();'>Close</a><BR><BR>"
      popup = window.open("","GlobalHelp","height=400,width=500,resizable=yes, scrollbars=yes,dependent=yes,top=150,left=100")  
      popup.document.write(s1+s2+input9)  
      popup.document.close()
}
function MSelect(strType,strApp,StrMode,MsgSel)
{
      var strMsgID = document.form1.MType.value;
      //alert(strMsgID)      
      document.form1.action = "MessageDetail.asp?type="+strType+"&apply="+strApp+"&mode="+StrMode+"&MsgID="+strMsgID+"&MType="+strMsgID+"&Mflag="+"Yes"
      
      document.form1.submit()    
      //alert(strType + strApp + StrMode)
}  
</script>

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I am not running IE10, but in doing a bit of digging, it seems that some updates to IE10 have broken javascript.  

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/ieitprocurrentver/thread/d3867ae5-1d0d-4190-bad0-91e9afcff175/
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