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Is it possible to remove "click" sound that occurs when WebBrowser control text changes?

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Using VS.NET 2005, if you place a WinForms WebBrowser control on a
form, then place a command button on that form and in the "click" even
handler for the command you do:

webBrowser1.DocumentText = "";

On every mouse click you were hear a "click" sound identical to the
sound Internet Explorer makes as it navigates from one site to the
next. If you're getting creative with the webBrowser control this is
quite annoying.

Does anyone know if there is a way to disable this sound?

May 10 '07 #1
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That's probably a System sound, so you could disable it in Control Panel.
Or you can just mute the sound card...
Peter

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"JDeats" wrote:
Using VS.NET 2005, if you place a WinForms WebBrowser control on a
form, then place a command button on that form and in the "click" even
handler for the command you do:

webBrowser1.DocumentText = "";

On every mouse click you were hear a "click" sound identical to the
sound Internet Explorer makes as it navigates from one site to the
next. If you're getting creative with the webBrowser control this is
quite annoying.

Does anyone know if there is a way to disable this sound?

May 10 '07 #2

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I've ran into so many problems with being creative with WebBrowser, it
just wasn't worth it. Try scrolling to the bottom, you'll have tons
of problems depending on what data is in there. Try appending text to
it repeatedly, and you'll crash the app once it gets too large. It
just wasn't meant to be anything but a normal web browser, and we all
know how stable web browsers are.

Zytan

May 10 '07 #3

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