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'offScreenBuffering' Example

<script language="JavaScript">
    function function1() {
        window.offScreenBuffering = false;
        var m = window.offScreenBuffering;
        alert("The value of offScreenBuffering for this window is: \n"+m);
<input type="Button" 
       value='Turn "off" the offScreenBuffering of this window' 


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