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Making a web browser control react to a key click.

UJ
Folks,
I hope you can help me on this. I'm losing my mind on it.

I have a browser control (and actually a shockwave control) in my Windows
App. What I want to have happen is if somebody clicks on the object, it will
fire off an event that I can catch to do stuff. It appears as if the normal
control doesn't have an onClick event (which I can understand) but I can't
get anything to work to catch it.

I've tried, without much luck, to put a panel in front of the object and
make it transparent. But that didn't work (I figured I could catch the
onClick event of the panel.)

It doesn't seem that hard but I'm at wits end.

Thanks for the help.

Jeff.
Jan 6 '06 #1
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