Help!! TCppWebBrowser ,popup window and Cookie
I set up a CppWebBrowser in my software. It acts as a IE and woks fine.
But If It needs to popup a new window with cookie after clicking related
button inside the CppWebBrowser. It works differently from using IE. It
seems the new popup windows's session is different from the origal
I appreciate any help!
Thanks in advance!
1.help about downloading with session and cookie support at windows application
3.TCppWebBrowser Popup Menu Clipboard Copy Operation
The right-click popup menu contains Copy and Select all, which appear to be
supported in that they are enabled and disabled appropriately when text is
selected. However, Copy does not change the contents of the Clipboard. Any
ideas how to get this to work, or how to remove the non-functional items from
4.Popup window (actually slide up window like AOL/Trillian)
Does anybody have any code to do the kind of status window where the window
slides up from the bottom displays for a few seconds and then disappears?
I found it for MFC but not C#.
TIA - Jeff.
5.Popup menus and windows move behind app window in XP
All first-level popup windows, whether they be right-click menus, "What's
this" context popups, drop-down selection boxes, are disappearing behind the
application window or dialog box being displayed a second or two after being
displayed. This behavior is limited to Windows XP and never happens when out
product is used with Windows 2000. Sometimes the windows do not disappear.
When they do, it is only the portion of the window that overlays our
application window or a dialog being displaying. It is as if the application
window or dialog is being redrawn and the order of which window is topmost is
changed. Even though the window is drawn behind the frame it overlays, all
items are still selectable so the popup itemis still on top, but its image
has been drawn behind.
Our application presents as a floating toolbar and does have the topmost
flag set so that it never disappears behind other applications. (It is used
in concert with other applications and must be visible at all times.) It can
also be docked as an AppBar to the top and bottom of the screen. Docking
does not change the aberrant behavior of the popup items.
Is anyone aware of a difference between Windows 2000 and XP that would
explain the bad behavior under XP? Again, we have no such problems with
Windows 2000. Any suggestions for the cause and especially a work-around
would be greatly appreciated.
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