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Hello i am using a web browser control in my program with ms visual. I use the web browsers internal functions to do things like, cut, copy, select, CreateLink....It looks like this. this->webBrowserBody->Document->ExecCommand("CreateLink", false, nullptr); ............ Ok, that will bring up and insert link dialog. The dialogs are blank in color. Is there anyway to access the color and background image of web browser dialog box's . thanks, cant find this anywhere.

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Hello all. I have a small web server that i am using in one of my projects. It is designed to receive a message when somone click on a link containing my ip address. Its used for a email verification/ de-verification. I can run this web server and then type in my ip address into my browser, it will send my web server a message. So it works right. When i try to use it from another computer it will not work. It should, i have turned off all my firewalls, and i am not running through a router, so …

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Hello all. I am trying to figure our how to add a pin and unpin button on one of my ms visual forms. An example of this is the pin that in used on the top right of the solution explorer in ms visual. I know that in the basic mfc programs they used some kind of docking along with the auto hide and pin unpin. I have looked all over for code to do this work forms although i cannot find any. It really does look good so it would be nice to use. Thank you for your kindness.

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Hello i have some brief questions about loading functions from a dll. Im having problems understanding the difference between a function adress and a function hash. For example i know that when i open up kernel32.dll in a dll export viewer. The function address of loadlibrarya is ox7dd774bc6 and then theres a relative adress. In all the code i read through i see that the hash of loadlibrarya is 0xec0e4e8e. Also in code i see the hash of kernel32 being used, which doesnt make sense either. So whats the difference between a functions adress and its hash.Does kernel32 have a …

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