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    Mouse back button in webbrowser?

    well my mouse has a back button-can i use this button as a goback function with the webbrowser element?

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    Re: Mouse back button in webbrowser?

    o sorry.

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    Re: Mouse back button in webbrowser?

    I too would like to know if this is possible.
    I have written several apps that use the webbrowser control but I can't get it to go back or forward with the Mouse back and forword buttons,

    I did work a long time ago, I think I was still on XP and the mouse was a trust mouse,
    But then I changed to a Logitech (due to an XP Crash bug with Trust Mouse Drivers, Lost too much work to random crashes) and it doesn't work.
    Now I have Win 7 (64-bit Ultimate) and neither work.

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