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Visio 2003 web page with CTRL+ removed, causes problems with hyperlink

Visio 2003 web page with CTRL+ removed, causes problems with hyperlink

Visio 2003 web page with CTRL+ removed, causes problems with hyperlink

I've followed thread 736015 to create a Visio 2003 Org Chart.  As described, I've modified frameset.js, on 116th row, by changing "if (e != null && e.ctrlKey && frmToolbar.widgets && frmToolbar.widgets.Details)" to "if (e != null && frmToolbar.widgets && frmToolbar.widgets.Details)".  That modification allows users to click on the shape to have the custom properties appear in the left pane instead of having to CTRL+click to see the same properties.

To meed 508 compliance for visually empaired, I also added a hyperlink to a shape, to take those users to a text based Org Chart.  The modification above causes the hyperlink to fail... and I just cannot figure out how to 'have my cake and eat it too'.
I would really appreciate help.

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