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Hosting a web browser component in a C# winform

I would like to host a web browser component in a Winform. I have two
questions:

1). Is it possible to run an applet (if the URL pointed to has an applet
in it)?
2). Is it possible to change a property (for example) of the web
browser, so that it does not display the address (i.e. the URL that the
page was loaded from)?

Feb 12 '06 #1
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E.T. Grey,

Yes, it will run an applet. The web brwoser control is the same as what
is seen in internet explorer, so it can run applets, assuming that a java
runtime is installed.

As for not showing the URL, the WebBrowser control does not show the
URL. That's a function of the host of the control, and if you want to show
it, you have to show it yourself.

Hope this helps.
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I would like to host a web browser component in a Winform. I have two
questions:

1). Is it possible to run an applet (if the URL pointed to has an applet
in it)?
2). Is it possible to change a property (for example) of the web browser,
so that it does not display the address (i.e. the URL that the page was
loaded from)?

Feb 13 '06 #2

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