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WebBrowser & events

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Hi,

i've been trying in the last day to use the WebBrowser in ASP.Net 2.0
so that I could get some MOUSEMOVE event. Actually, the problem is
that the control doesn't implement the MouseEnter and MouseLeave
events, which I really need. Anyone could tell me why those are not
implemented and how I can do these?

ben

Sep 29 '06 #1
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They are not implemented because the ASP.NET Web Form Controls are server
side controls, because all ASP.NET code runs on the web server and not the
browser.

To use client events like you want, simply use client-side JavaScript as has
always been the case.
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Hi,

i've been trying in the last day to use the WebBrowser in ASP.Net 2.0
so that I could get some MOUSEMOVE event. Actually, the problem is
that the control doesn't implement the MouseEnter and MouseLeave
events, which I really need. Anyone could tell me why those are not
implemented and how I can do these?

ben

Sep 29 '06 #2

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My error... I meant .Net 2.0, not ASP.Not. I'm actually doing a
WinForm application.

Sep 30 '06 #3

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