I'll think about it. The behavior you have suggested might be the right 
default behavior. Would you please be so kind as to fill a feature 
request so that I won't forget about it?

Thanks.
-Matej

samyem wrote:
> Thanks. That was helpful, but it seems to be more difficult than it needs to
> be. I think the default behaviour should have been to use different cookie
> names per instance of the modal window, but apparently the same cookie name
> were used for all instances. I tried to use getClassRelativePath() for the
> modal window. I guess a simple fix of using distinct cookie name per modal
> window instance would solve the problem in general.
> 
> 
> Matej Knopp wrote:
>> Modal window width and height is stored in a cookie. First time initial 
>> width and height is used, and after that the width and height from the 
>> cookie is used.
>>
>> What you need to do is set different cookie id for different modal 
>> windows. Or disable cookies at all (setCookieId(null)).
>>
>> -Matej
>>
>> samyem wrote:
>>> If the modal window is resizable, why is it ignoring the window size, and
>>> what should be done if I do need to supply a width and height? At the
>>> moment, I can set an initial width and height, but after I close the
>>> window
>>> and go to another page with another modal window, instead of using the
>>> initial width/height set for the modal window, it uses the last known
>>> width/height values. For non-resizable modal windows, this behaviour does
>>> not occur.
>>
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