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activex problem in webbrowser1 control

Posted on 2008-11-01
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i use a webbrowser control popup a certain website .. that website contains activex .. in IE the page is shown .. but in the webbrowser1 control i get an error:

http://www.qlikcommunity.com/575/?L=target%3D_parent&tx_mmforum_pi1%5Baction%5D=get_attachment&tx_mmforum_pi1%5Bfid%5D=att886

i use WebBrowser1.Navigate to go to the website
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try placing this in your code:

WebBrowser1.ScriptErrorsSuppressed = true
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