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Winforms Webbrowser - disable warning on script errors

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 11, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application


i am hosting the winforms webbrowser control in a wpf window (whilst i believe that the wpf context doesn't matter)
i do some programmatical loading of urls and process the document's content in the handler for DocumentComplete...
If there is an error in the documents script the control displays a warning message box
sth like
"an error occured in the script of this page..{details}..do you wish script execution of this page to continued?"
As long as the warning is displayed the code asynchronously keeps on loading new urls, but fails to handle
DocumentComplete (which isn't fired while the warning is displayed).

Can I somehow programatically disable this warning?
I already did disable the checkbox under "displaying script errors" in system-control/IE-Settings.
This only seems to affect instances of IE as an desktop browser, but not of the WF-webbrowser control.
Is there a way to supress warning messages while laoding URLS in the WF-webbrowser?


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