I never had this problem with older versions of safari. And it also works fine with internet explorer and firefox.
Do you have an idea how I could close the window differently, but still form code behind?
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answered on 05 Aug 2010, 01:29 PM
Do you have DestroyOnClose set to true? If this is so, the reason for the problem is that Safari5 is still trying to execute code from the disposed page and the easiest solution would be to call the close() method with a timeout - even a timeout of 0ms would do the trick as well:
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Yes, I have DestoryOnClose=true. Thanks to your solution, I've found another one, that works too (and I prefer this one). As you pointed out, I shouldn't close the window during loading, so I wait until the document is ready.