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QuestionGeneral question about object reference in .NET Framework Pin
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QuestionXML inside WebBrowser control causes large delay when unloading the control Pin
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Well, it seems whenever i ask a question I figure out a workaround. In this case, I am still not 100% sure why this works. And yes, the DoEvents() is necessary for this the page to close quickly (due to asnync loading I guess).

        private void button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)<br />
        {<br />
<br />
            // From here...<br />
            WebBrowser wb = (WebBrowser)this.tabControl1.SelectedTab.Controls[0];<br />
            wb.Navigate("");<br />
            Application.DoEvents();<br />
            this.tabControl1.TabPages.Remove(this.tabControl1.SelectedTab);<br />
            // ... to here now takes about 1 second.<br />
        }<br />


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QuestionImplementing some broadcast udp protocol Pin
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QuestionMailMessage.From vs. MailMessage.Sender in .NET 2.0 Pin
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QuestionConverting from Base Class to Child Class Pin
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Questionif there any disadvantageof using dot net 2.0 and 1.1on same server Pin
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Questionrun .net project on os without .net framework Pin
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