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Is there a way to customize or even supress the message box that comes up in Internet Explorer when you have the file download disabled. I'd like to have text of my own choosing come up. I did see a way to do it in html.
Posted 16-Sep-11 6:55am
Ali Fakoor at 19-Sep-11 7:46am
didn't get your question very well. Do you want to do programming in c++ (e.g.: writing a browser plugin?)?
Member 7766180 at 19-Sep-11 12:59pm
I'm writing a small app in C++. I would like to do a custom message for Internet Explorer. I saw a way in html to customize Internet Explorer message boxes, but I would like to do it in C++ so that it fits in with my app. Thank you.

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