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move the mouse, its X and Y co-ordinates are shown in IE but not Chrome

Vishal Hegde
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whenver I move the Mouse Browser its X and Y co-ordinates are shown for the IE but not Google Chrome....I also want the same thing to work in Google Chrome.I checked the if condition twice not sure whree I am wrong




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document.onmousedown=mouseClicked(); <-- you are calling a function, not assigning a function here and it is not defined in your code
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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