I created a browser application in Visual Basic .NET 2003, but I would like to disable the context menu that appears when you right-click the browser window. This is the used browsercontrol (its the common one) [url removed, login to view]
Another acceptable sollution would be to completely disable the right mouse button within the whole application using some kind of key hook.
Disabling the contextmenu alone in vb6 has been discussed [here] , but i cant convert that code to vb.net.
Here's another interesting [link]
Its ok to solve this using other methods as long as they work on any browsed webpage.
So, to put things straight. The browser is complete, the only thing i need is code to:
**-Disable the right click context menu in a Web Browser control window
-Completely disable the right mouse button within the whole application (whole windows if easier).**
Note that the code *must* be .NET code, i just want to copy/paste it, not getting headaches trying to convert it from vb6.
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