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function test() {
    /* The lowdown on this feature string:
        - ,=\twidth: reads as key:width value:0200px|0, which, after strtol/toInt, gives you 200
        - =height: reads as key:height value:"", which means yes, which means 1, but the minimum size is 100, so 100
        - 1width: reads as key:1width, an invalid key, so it doesn't override the previous width
        - left: reads as key:left value:no, which means 0, which means aligned to the left side of the screen
        - \ntoolBAR: reads as key:toolbar value:yes
        - \rstatus: reads as key:status value:"", which means yes
        - the trailing comma catches a previous mistake i made reading past the end of the string
    */    
    var sFeatures = " 	,=\twidth ==	= = 	0200px|0=height  400,1width=400,left=nO \ntoolBAR=yeS,resizable=yess, \rstatus= ,"; 
    var w = window.open("resources/popup200x100.html", undefined, sFeatures); 
    w.focus();
}
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<p>This test checks whether parsing of the 'features' argument to window.open matches 
Win IE's behavior, except in the case of "resizable," which should always be true.</p>
<p>The link below should open a window with the following attributes:</p>
<ul>
<li> A WebView exactly 200x100, such that you can see a red 1 pixel border along each edge of the WebView.
<li> A window aligned to the left hand side of the screen.
<li> Toolbar visible.
<li> Statusbar visible.
<li> Resizable.
</ul>
<a href="" onclick="test(); return false;">Click to test</a>
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<p>The link below should open a window with the following attributes:</p>
<ul>
<li>A window whose size matches what you would get from file->New Window.</li>
<li>A window whose positioning matches what you would get from file->New Window.</li>
<li>Statusbar visible.</li>
<li>Resizable.</li>
</ul>
<a href="" onclick='window.open("", "", "status,resizable");'>Click to test</a>
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