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Problem with WebBrowser Control in VB 4.0 EE

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I made a custom browser with the Browser control provided with MS-IE 4.0

Work fine with a 'normal' pages, but when load a page with frames the control not response a mouse events (the apareance its ok). When call de method 'refresh' the page i reloaded and the frame respond at mouse events.

Why???
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Here is an example from a C++ app that I have. Although it is a C++ app, I am using the same Web Browser control and not having any problems with pages that have frames. Here is the call to the Navigate method with the arguments that I am using.

m_WebBrowser.Navigate( "http://tarcher.home.mindspring.com", NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL );       

Tom

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