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How to programmatically localize the OK and Cancel buttons of the javascript confirm popup?
Posted 12-Jul-12 2:24am
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Edited 18-Jul-12 21:46pm
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Solution 1

try this
 
<script language="javascript">
    function window.confirm(str) {
        execScript('n = msgbox("' + str + '","4132")', "vbscript");
        return (n == 6);
    }
</script>
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Sandeep Mewara at 12-Jul-12 12:01pm
   
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Solution 2

The OK/Cancel button in Internet Explorer will obey the Operating System UI language settings.
 
The technical reason is that IE is using the MessageBox Win32 API call to display its Javascript dialog box. That API relies on the OS UI language and not the browser UI language, as it is owned by the OS.
 
As for 3rd party browsers, it really depends if they are using MessageBox or not to display their box. If they are, it will obey to the Operating System language, if not, it will obey to the browser UI language.
 
See this post for more information:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1901745/do-browsers-localize-the-ok-and-cancel-buttons-of-the-javascript-confirm-popup[^]
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CGN007 at 12-Jul-12 7:37am
   
me already read that post..:-)
My question is how to programmatically localize the buttons...

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