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'disable' for the webbrowser control

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Hi there,

I'm hosting a webbrowser control on a windows app- basically I'm using it in
the middle of larger application to display some html-based content. HOWEVER,
I'd like to be able to prohibit the control from receiving user input- i.e. I
don't want the user to actually be able to click any of the buttons on the
displayed page. I figured there would be some simple property, like enabled,
that I could set but I have not been able to find anything. Any suggestions?

Thanks!
Mike
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hello Mike ,

I have once implemented a technique in a project to dissable accelerator
keys in a webbrowser control , the method that i used can easily be modified
to anny action on the webbrowser control

i have published this code on freevbcode.com ,,,,,, here is a direct link
http://www.freevbcode.com/ShowCode.Asp?ID=5635

happy coding :-)

Michel Posseth [MCP]
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Hi there,

I'm hosting a webbrowser control on a windows app- basically I'm using it
in
the middle of larger application to display some html-based content.
HOWEVER,
I'd like to be able to prohibit the control from receiving user input-
i.e. I
don't want the user to actually be able to click any of the buttons on the
displayed page. I figured there would be some simple property, like
enabled,
that I could set but I have not been able to find anything. Any
suggestions?

Thanks!
Mike

Nov 21 '05 #2

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