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Help!! TCppWebBrowser ,popup window and Cookie

Postby Cheng » Fri, 05 Sep 2003 09:32:08 GMT

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
one(CppWebBrowser).

I appreciate any help!
Thanks in advance!

Cheng




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