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I want to make my browser's window to NEVER process or apply or receive or whatever any WM_ messages received, like WM_KILLFOCUS or WM_PAINT !
So can it be done ? ( something like overwriting the WndProc maybe ? )

Right now I'm coding in the AutoIt script-language, so if it can be possible somehow what I described above ,some little explains or simple steps what to do( like what API to call or maybe any messages to use etc ) will be very helpful :)
Posted 22-Jul-12 12:26pm
barneyman 22-Jul-12 18:46pm
you've already had a *raft* of answers here - please don't start another question on the same topic
Allen Qake09 23-Jul-12 5:57am
Yes I know the main problem is that I don't understand because there are only source codes ,only some simple steps could help,like to do this and not sc
barneyman 23-Jul-12 6:06am
I understand that - however, asking for detail in the original question does two things ...

1. It gives you, and the respondent, context
2. It works to create a fuller, more explicit resolution, that someone else, in years to come, may find helpful

Asking the same question again alienates your original helpers, makes you look petulant, and increases the noise/signal ratio

Christian's response is a re-iteration of others' responses - so you've not moved any further forward

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Your best bet is either to NOT try to stop Windows from working, or explain why you want to do this, so we can suggest alternatives. You can't stop the messages from being sent, you MAY be able to hook in to the WndProc and stop them being processed.

Please don't ask the same question again, the answers do not change. If you don't understand the answers, it's a sign that this task is beyond your abilities. You can ask more questions of the people helping to see if you can solve it, but asking again is just rude to all the people who took the time to answer you before.
Allen Qake09 23-Jul-12 6:09am
Yes,Iknow, that answers will be VERY HELPFUL for many other people, but I dont code in C# or C++ :( I know some C++ but im at pointers right now, so the thread is OK and helpful but in this one I requested only simple explains or simple steps in word, to apply them in other languages .
Christian Graus 23-Jul-12 17:14pm
So, why ask on a programming site, if you're not a programmer ? If you're using some language that does not support what we're saying, then it won't support what you want to do. Simple

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