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I am currently developing a BHO in C# which should be trigger only when the user clicks a button in IE. So far, I created a new button in the normal IE toolbar by a new registry entry. My question is now, how can I trigger the BHO (for testing the same as in the article: "How to attach to Browser Helper Object (BHO) with C# in two minutes") only when the user clicks on my new button and not always when a new page is called or a new instance of IE is created?

Would be nice if anybody can help me! Thanks in advance.
Regards Julian
Posted 16-Aug-10 4:51am
Updated 16-Aug-10 4:52am
Alison P 16-Aug-10 11:03am
Hi, haven't you already asked this question? It wont help your cause to 'push' your quesdtion by asking it repeatedly. Just a little advice. :)
usermj87 17-Aug-10 8:41am
No I haven't asked the same question. They are in the same topic, but this one is about to call a BHO when a button is clicked and the other one is about a toolbar triggering a BHO. Quite similar but not the same ;)
But anyway, I haven't get a useful answer yet.

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