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I use a WebControl on my form, and I write some Html Code to show some data
of my Access Database. I prefer use WebControl than FlowLayoutPanel, because
the first is faster.
After writing HTML string, I send the string to the property DocumentText of
the WebControl.

BUT, each time I change the string of the WebControl, I hear a 'clic' noise,
exactly the same you can have when you click a directory on the left side on
Windows Explorer.

And I would eliminate this noise, because it is irritating for the user.
1. Why this noise ?
2. Is it possible to eliminate it programatically ?

Thanks for your response
Mar 29 '06 #1
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In Windows XP, you can turn off the sounds for different events or for all
events or change the sound. I don't know how to do this in VB.Net or ASP.Net
but I wouldn't want to anyway...the user should be free to use his own
settings and if he doesn't like, he should be able to turn it off on his
computer.
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Dennis in Houston
"philip" wrote:
I use a WebControl on my form, and I write some Html Code to show some data
of my Access Database. I prefer use WebControl than FlowLayoutPanel, because
the first is faster.
After writing HTML string, I send the string to the property DocumentText of
the WebControl.

BUT, each time I change the string of the WebControl, I hear a 'clic' noise,
exactly the same you can have when you click a directory on the left side on
Windows Explorer.

And I would eliminate this noise, because it is irritating for the user.
1. Why this noise ?
2. Is it possible to eliminate it programatically ?

Thanks for your response

Mar 30 '06 #2

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Thanks for your response

Philip

"Dennis" <De****@discussions.microsoft.com> a écrit dans le message de news:
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In Windows XP, you can turn off the sounds for different events or for all
events or change the sound. I don't know how to do this in VB.Net or
ASP.Net
but I wouldn't want to anyway...the user should be free to use his own
settings and if he doesn't like, he should be able to turn it off on his
computer.
--
Dennis in Houston
"philip" wrote:
I use a WebControl on my form, and I write some Html Code to show some
data
of my Access Database. I prefer use WebControl than FlowLayoutPanel,
because
the first is faster.
After writing HTML string, I send the string to the property DocumentText
of
the WebControl.

BUT, each time I change the string of the WebControl, I hear a 'clic'
noise,
exactly the same you can have when you click a directory on the left side
on
Windows Explorer.

And I would eliminate this noise, because it is irritating for the user.
1. Why this noise ?
2. Is it possible to eliminate it programatically ?

Thanks for your response

Mar 30 '06 #3

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