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WebBrowser Object a little buggy in .NET 2.0

I have been experimenting with the new WebBrowser object in .NET 2.0. One
thing I noticed is that on resize it flickers like crazy. The docs state
that the protectd DoubleBuffer property, when set to true, should prevent
this. I did that and still a lot of flickering going on.

Suggestions, comments, or insight on what exactly I could be messing up?
Jan 22 '06 #1
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RWF escribió:
I have been experimenting with the new WebBrowser object in .NET 2.0. One
thing I noticed is that on resize it flickers like crazy. The docs state
that the protectd DoubleBuffer property, when set to true, should prevent
this. I did that and still a lot of flickering going on.

Suggestions, comments, or insight on what exactly I could be messing up?

Try Gecko-sharp. I think it has been ported to Windows recently.


Andrés [ knocte ]

Jan 23 '06 #2

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