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I am using IE6. When I click a button to load a page with select boxes in the page and then immediately move the mouse cursor off the page and outside the browser, the select boxes do not display. The boxes are hidden instead they appear to be not visible. I am coding in HTML/Javascript/VBscript. How can I get the boxes to display when the mouse is moved quickly off the page while the page is loading?

Any help would be appreciated.

Basically I have HTML select/drop down boxes that will not appear if I load a page and simultaneously move the mouse cursor to some position out side of the the window in which the page is loading. I need for the select/drop down boxes to appear no matter what.
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