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 on: November 01, 2012, 06:15:37 pm 
Started by complete - Last post by complete
I have issues with the WebBrowser class

I have a C# WPF application which uses a WebBrowser class.  I have overwritten the LoadComplete method.  The question I have is this.  This method is supposed to be triggered when the class has completed a load, but , when I put a breakpoint on this method, it is called before the class visually has compleded a load.  Because of this, the htmldata is not complete.  Any ideas?


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 on: April 02, 2012, 04:58:18 pm 
Started by sciaschi - Last post by sciaschi
I need a download for the cpsv client i have a server but i cant play it help?

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 on: August 20, 2011, 03:48:38 am 
Started by BartlettCronoukidis - Last post by BartlettCronoukidis
Hotlinking of images and flash objects is becoming an increasing problem for many webmasters and site owners, especially given the recent explosion in popularity of social networking services. website design India based companies are working together to reduce Hotlinking.
What is Hotlinking? Hotlinking, aka inline linking, is the practice of displaying a file such as an image or flash object on a page that is stored on another site. While it has legitimate uses; often people will hotlink images without the permission of the owner of the site being referenced.  Because the object is being called from the server of origin, that account is the one that wears the bandwidth expense for delivering the image for display. In the cases of unauthorized hotlinking, it's not only a copyright issue, but bandwidth theft. It becomes a particularly nasty problem for sites with many photographs and original images.
Negative effects of hotlinking: Unwanted hotlinking can have some rather undesirable effects, mainly:
Increased bandwidth usage by your site. Because the image is being called from your server, you wear the expense.
images or flash objects being displayed where you don't want them to be
Loss of *real* traffic to your own site, i.e. instead of people needing to visit your web site to view the image or flash presentation, they can view it on the hotlinker's site.
Why do people hotlink?
Most people hotlink for one or more of the following reasons:
it's easy to do
to reduce their own bandwidth and hard disk usage
to display files that their own service doesn't support
they are just plain nasty
ignorance of what they are doing is wrong
Detecting hotlinking: Your time is better spent in creating content or promoting your site. Yes, you can send copyright infringement notices, but if you have a site where hotlinking is a problem, it's somewhat a case of "whack-a-mole"; no sooner would you have finished one anti-hotlinking crusade that you'd need to start another.  There's better ways to deal with the problem; i.e., an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
Addressing the hotlinking issue: Depending on the type of site you have, you may be able to turn hotlinking to your advantage quite simply. For example, if you have an image rich site that focuses on flombles; by adding a label to each image such as "FlombleSite.com", you may be able to push traffic to your site that way. For most site owners though, hotlinking is simply a pain in the butt and quite infuriating. There are a couple of relatively simple steps you can take to block images and objects from your site being shown on other sites. You can even replace the image being displayed on another site with one you specify which can alert the hotlinker that you're onto them and even push traffic your way.

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 on: May 05, 2010, 11:18:40 am 
Started by AfteteWat - Last post by AfteteWat
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 on: April 16, 2010, 06:23:43 am 
Started by m a u l z teh mod - Last post by CPSV
Hope to tell you we changed the Theme already so it should be fine now ~ Topic locked due to fixed:D

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 on: February 06, 2010, 07:53:57 am 
Started by CPSV - Last post by CPSV
This topic has been moved to CPSV-Scape Discussion.
Wrong Place!

http://cpsv.smfforfree3.com/index.php?topic=31.0

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 on: February 01, 2010, 09:42:49 am 
Started by m a u l z teh mod - Last post by m a u l z teh mod
what ever man its totally up to you...
your server your word goes.. Cool

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 on: February 01, 2010, 05:12:22 am 
Started by m a u l z teh mod - Last post by CPSV
this may because our webclient is at ucoz.org should we make it back at webs??

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 on: January 31, 2010, 01:00:31 pm 
Started by m a u l z teh mod - Last post by m a u l z teh mod
hey cpsv just wanted to say that the server is ownage and your a great owner
and i am willing to donate to help pay for the vps!  Wink

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 on: January 31, 2010, 12:57:27 pm 
Started by m a u l z teh mod - Last post by m a u l z teh mod
hey cpsv i no i moan alot lol
but ive been wanting to ask you this for ages now
i think that upstairs in the bank should be turned into a staff+donator area with staff and donator shops
that sell staff armor (black (g) and fixed divice)
i no thats theres already the command ::md
to get full back g and other staff armor but i think because we have most of our staff meetings up there
it would just be a good idea.

hope u like my surgestion,
m a u l z

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