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Old September 26th, 2005, 09:24 AM
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I have a form with 2 list boxes, and buttons that let the user move items from one list box to the other.

My problem is that I have this wierd glitch on some machines I have tested the page on that you need to click the button twice before the postback is performed. All machines are Windows XP and IE 6. Any ideas?

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This seems to be a universal problem. At our local banks, they have even got huge messages saying that you must not press the button twice to avoid paying your recipient twice. There seem to be a delay from the time where you press the button until the actual response from the server. Look at the machine and type of internet connection. In our country that has a huge impact. No real answer, just noticed that this is quite common. Place a note for the user, seems to be the only answer.


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Well, thats not exactly my problem. My issue is that you MUST click the button twice for the postback to happen. This glitch happens on about half the machines I have tested the page on. I am not sure if this is possibly a Windows setting/issue...or IE...or ASP...

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