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Application.run

I need to use the application.run method with a control insted of a
form. The application context object doesn't seem to help me.

What can i do?

Any help will be apprecieted

Jan 15 '06 #1
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"VeNoM00" <ve*****@arcadiaclub.com> wrote in message
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I need to use the application.run method with a control insted of a
form. The application context object doesn't seem to help me.

What can i do?
Put the control on a form.

Any help will be apprecieted

Jan 15 '06 #2
I cant't becausa i'm doing a toolbar for IE. :-( any idea?

Jan 16 '06 #3
VeNoM00,

Forms are the only toplevel controls in Windows Forms. Application Run
requires toplevel control.

I don't know how IE toolbars work, but I feel like you are going to a wrong
direction.
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Stoitcho Goutsev (100)
"VeNoM00" <ve*****@arcadiaclub.com> wrote in message
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I cant't becausa i'm doing a toolbar for IE. :-( any idea?

Jan 16 '06 #4
"VeNoM00" <ve*****@arcadiaclub.com> wrote in message
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I cant't becausa i'm doing a toolbar for IE. :-( any idea?


Do you need to call Application.Run at all? I presume you're doing it as an
ActiveX control which wouldn't require application.run.

Michael
Jan 16 '06 #5

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