You should ask this in the comment section of the item so the author can answer you personally. As I can see, you already did so. Just wait for the author to reply, you have less chance for someone to answer you on the forums than on the item discussion.
Post this somewhere you see regularly on your computer so you can focus on a new item to work on.. seriously, it works:
Curious thread from someone who has never bought a file here.
I guess you are an author and don’t want to “show your face”. Legit enough, just wanted to point out the bit surrealism of the proposal under this account. Please, don’t get me wrong.
I was thinking about the same thing.
Never saw this on here.
trafficvol saidAlright, this can be helpful: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2365994/display-a-warning-when-leaving-the-site-not-just-the-page
Thanks for the answer and link demo, however, the event triggered even though the user was redirected to my search completion page.How I can resolve it and disable the event notification should the user didn’t do anything while I redirect them to the search result page?
Or try these alternatives:
- Make it an AJAX search
- Under the search form, add a text telling your users that it may take over a minute and that they should wait.
onbeforeunloadevent is great for that. It will be fired up before the page gets “unloaded” or closed.
Edit: I just found a similar question to yours and here is a great demo about it: http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/demos/OnBeforeUnloadDemo1.htm