Something is very odd here. The user name is different but the question is the same. Are Deb Dutta Das and tanima roy the same user? If so, please be aware that this practice is not a good habit to fall into and will most likely result in your question being ignored by most of the regulars that are able to help.
we are not the same users. However we are facing the same issue. Can you offer a solution as this a requirement put up the client. We need to respond to them about the feasibility of the requirement. Can anyone from the adobe team respond at the earliest.
You seem to be under the mistaken belief that members of the Adobe team are supposed to staff these forums and provide help. Certainly we do see them pop in from time to time, but it's not an official support channel. If the issue is really important and needs to be solved by Adobe, you need to contact Adobe support. And I believe you have to pay for that. The forums are user-to-user with volunteers (that also have jobs to do) answering questions and helping as best we can.
As for the requirement, I'm not sure we fully understand what you are wanting. You said you need a pop up message in the center of "WebHelp". So I'll toss out some questions that hopefully you can answer that will provide a better idea of why we may be confused by your question.
When you say pop up in the center of WebHelp, are you wanting the pop up to be totally centered on WebHelp (meaning the navigation panel on the left side and the main toolbar across the top of the window? You essentially want a pop up to appear centered on the screen? Or possibly relative to the open window presenting the WebHelp? Or are you wanting the pop up centered over the Topic area?
How is this pop up to be triggered? On the initial display of WebHelp? When a certain topic loads? By some user action?
I want a pop up to appear centered on the screen.
Thanks in advance.
What you will need to do is open your browser, visit Google and type the following into the search field:
Now you might think I'm being snide by telling you that. I'm not. It's the exact same thing I would be doing myself if I were to type out all the steps you would need to do to create the window..
I'd then choose from the resulting hits to find something close to what I want. Then I'd try it.
See also this link: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4068373/center-a-popup-window-on-screen
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