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supersonic

Hello -

I'm using _IECreateEmbedded() to display a XSL-transformed XML document. After/while scrolling through this document it will not be correctly repainted which means parts are incomplete or missing. This seems to be behaviour by design - running IE standalone shows the same effect. Firefox works well...

My idea is to refresh/repaint the embedded IE object control *AFTER* scrolling

I'm trying to detect any changes on such a control by using GUIRegisterMsg() [WM_NOTIY, WM_PAINT, ...] - without luck.

Is there any way to detect changes of an IE object control? Is GUIRegisterMsg() the way go?

Edited by supersonic

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