biggreenbug Feb 25, 2011 at10:29PM I just discovered that the issue is not with IE9 but with the R2 version or should I say when running 64bit windows 7 Silverlight is So depending on your requirement,you can implement it either way You can also find further enhancements to the WebBrowser control discussed here: http://www.codeproject.com/csharp/ExtendedWebBrowser.asp?df=100&forumid=285594&exp=0&fr=26Windows Forms 456 comments , permalink ← But my friend who ran tests for me said he wasn't affected. Except from that, if you try to invoke some JS script (via the “InvokeScript” method – see below for more information), you must be sure that firstly: The “IsScriptEnabled” property is navigate here
C# Webbrowser Script Error
Is there a way of hiding those MessageBoxes? Sign In to subscribe to this conversation What does this mean? All times are GMT -5. Keep in mind that there are some crucial milliseconds that will determine the successful or failed loading of your web content.
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- Another issue that the unexperienced developer may find difficult to overpass and understand, is that the WebBrowser’s “Source” property is not an dependency object, so you can’t just use it within
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- Many thanks Thursday, February 23, 2012 7:06 AM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi kabethy, check below thread, there is may be solution for your problem.
Because I need to show only a pages - without much user interaction on those pages - I solve it this way. eddyissa Feb 12, 2011 at9:35AM bump. But my friend who ran tests for me said he wasn't affected. Thank you.
Wpf Webbrowser Suppress Script Errors
I moved Webbrowser1.Silent = True code in Timer source and set interval to 5. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2512240 You can use the "ScriptNotify" method (Event Handler) in order to notify the WebBrowser element from the previously loaded HTML page (JS) code, and the "InvokeScript" method in order to send C# Webbrowser Script Error someone? Webbrowser Control Script Error Handling Thank you.first i would say to go back to IE8a *LOT* of web sites will not handle IE9 right now, some web sites may send you to the mobile version of
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