How to use 'window webkit' in JavaScript

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318function thawWebkit(hook, initial, onDone) {
319 // Restore the user's manual zoom.
320 hook.setAttribute('content', [
321 'initial-scale='+originalScale,
322 'minimum-scale='+originalScale,
323 'maximum-scale='+originalScale
324 ].join(','));
325
326 // Restore the page's zoom bounds.
327 hook.setAttribute('content', [
328 'user-scalable='+initial['user-scalable'],
329 'minimum-scale='+initial['minimum-scale'],
330 'maximum-scale='+initial['maximum-scale'],
331 (initial.width ? 'width='+initial.width : null)
332 ].filter(Boolean).join(','));
333
334 // Remove our meta viewport hook.
335 document.head.removeChild(hook);
336
337 setScroll(originalScroll);
338
339 setTimeout(function() {
340 if (onDone)
341 onDone();
342 }, refreshDelay);
343}
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