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First page of one web site page, there is some of icons. when i press the F5 key, the icons are randomized mengle. any time i press the F5 key that was mengle. i use key.acscii() function, but i don't know the code for F5. plz give me a solution.

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    Raj Vitthalpura May 11, 2010

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I dont totally understand your problem, but I'll do my best.

What i would do is right click on the first page (the one with the icons) and click "View Source" From there a window should pop up with the code used to build the site. Press Ctrl+F to pull up the search panel and type in "key.acscii(" only put in one of the "(" because the key code is in between them. Then take the letters/numbers from between the parentheses and there you go!

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