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This is a discussion on onbeforeunload bug in Chrome? within the Chrome Troubleshooting section, part of the Google Chrome category: I have a frameset with two frames: frameA and FrameB. frameA has an onbeforeunload method set. When the browser is ...


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    JohnRock is offline Junior Member
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    Default onbeforeunload bug in Chrome?

    I have a frameset with two frames: frameA and FrameB. frameA has an onbeforeunload method set. When the browser is loaded with the frameset and the user hits the REFRESH button the onbeforeunload method in frameA does not get called. Apparently only the onbeforemethod in the frameset page itself gets called because if I put the onbeforeunload method in the frameset itself, then that method will fire but that is not a workable solution. This seems to be a bug in google chrome (and Safari) because in IE and Firefox the onbeforeunload method in frameA will always get called when the page is unloaded, even if you are refreshing the frameset that contains the frame.

    Is there any workaround for this? Is this bug ever going to be fixed?

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    Benni is offline Senior Member
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    Well have you reported this bug, then they should comment whether it's a bug or not, and if they are trying to fix it.. I'v unfortunately reported a few bugs that they say is how it should be (thought FF and IE handles it diffently), but if you havn't reported it yet, then I would just do it and see if they don't fix it..

    http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/list << here

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