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hoe can i write programme to Enabling Gesture support for Windows Mobile 6.5 Web Browser Control by vb.net
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First, you start reading this stuff[^].

I don't see how you're going to add gesture support to the built in browser. I believe you're going to end up writing your own. But, then again, I haven't researched this in any way at all, so I don't know for sure.
 
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sambright 8-Jun-11 0:57am    
I am running a Windows Mobile Phone (WM 6.5, .NET CT 3.5). The default IE browser can scroll from finger flicks . . .

I would like to bring the same scrolling within a webbrowser control in my form. I am writing an app in VB.NET for this windows phone.

thank you.
Dave Kreskowiak 8-Jun-11 8:01am    
This is what you should have posted the first time. Now this makes sense.

This isn't going to be easy. The only way to do this would be to create your own window, not using the normal .NET CF methods.

Have a look at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mikefrancis/archive/2009/07/21/windows-mobile-6-5-web-browser-control-enabling-gesture-support.aspx

and http://blogs.msdn.com/b/mikefrancis/archive/2009/07/21/windows-mobile-6-5-web-browser-control-enabling-selection-support.aspx

There's isn't much else on the web about doing this and nothing showing examples in .NET CF.
sambright 11-Jun-11 3:22am    
Dear Dave Kreskowiak

Thank u very much for you reply.

http://cid-e91b74403814953e.office.live.com/self.aspx/BrowserWithGestures/BrowserWithGestures.zip?ccsf=1

The given above link there is a programme in vc.net which is supporting webbrowser touch scroll for windows mobile.
But i don't know vc.net, i know little vb.net.


Can you help me to do same in VB.net

or

Can you help me to make a OCX component by VC.NET so that it can be use in VB.NET.

Thank you.
Dave Kreskowiak 11-Jun-11 10:11am    
You cannot make an OCX to make this work.

If you don't know advanced VB.NET, then this project is way over your head. This one requires you know how Windows works, how to create and manage windows from scratch, how to override WndProc, how to call Win32 API functions, ... The list goes on and on.

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