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I have a html file which runs a Javascript.  The code works well on my home computer locally.  It works correctly after I uploaded it to my website and then test from home using either Internet Explorer or Firefox.

At work on a managed network it doesn't work, but a visit to a javascript test website shows that javascript is enabled.

link to my webpage: http://www.reissprojects.com/TextExpander/TextExpansion1.html

This app will expand certain abbreviations when they are typed into the text box.

typing cci will expand to "customer called in"

typing um will expand to "under management for"
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Got it to work under Firefox, but not Internet Explorer on the work computer.
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COBOLdinosaur earned 2000 total points
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The copytoclipboard method s not cross browser.  You will need to code it like it is done here:
http://www.deluxeblogtips.com/2010/06/javascript-copy-to-clipboard.html

Then hope that you are not being blocked on the work computer.  Any code that copies to the clipboard is considered dangerous code so AV or firewall software may prevent it from executing.  It may also cause a security warning from browsers depending on security setting. The security issues will generally be in play for any activity that accesses browser controls or data stores by means other tan being initiated by the user.

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