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Scrollong web browser with framed html

Hi all,

Any one know how to scroll web browser using delphi code,
I have used this "WebBrowser1.OleObject.Document.ParentWindow.ScrollBy(x, y); "

But that's not works for framed html,

any one can help me

Thanks
-sirro
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MikProgCommented:
Try to send to APPLICATION WM_VSCROLL, WM_HSCROLL or VK_PRIOR, VK_NEXT
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sirroAuthor Commented:
Could you give me more specific what should I have to do with those message?

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sirroAuthor Commented:
Is there no other way to manage which kind of frame html that should do the scrollby function except the "ParentWindow" object, I dont know how to get other pointer than Parentwindow,

Any one can help me??

-sirro
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sirroAuthor Commented:
Ok, Ill increase the point. But is there anyone can help me ??
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sirroAuthor Commented:
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sirroAuthor Commented:
Oke,
The situation is like this...,
I have to make an internet browser application on a computer with no keyboard and no mouse, Just display (monitor) with touch screen supported. So I need to make application with that kind situation, in other words, I have to make people comfortable using that kind of application.

One of the problem is how to scroll page on delphi browser component easier by provide scroll nvaigation buttton. Any one can help me please. ..


Thanks for anyone could give me suggestion.
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Eddie ShipmanAll-around developerCommented:
You must scroll the correct frame. Get them using the WebBrowser1.OleObject.Document.frames collection.
I'm not sure how you'll determine which one you need to scroll, though.
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