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Here a small tip:
To disable all Connection Manager Dialogs set the following registry key:
to disable only certain dialogs or notification bubbles, use IDs like IDS_RAS_CARRIER_DROPPED:
to disable multiple dialogs, simply define additional IDs. For example to disable dialogs for IDS_RAS_DEVICE_NOT_READY and IDS_RAS_NO_ANSWER:
List of all IDS values: DOWNLOAD:IDS dialog values - (Hits: 234, size: 13.02 kB)
I want to summarize the role of function keys in Windows Mobile, former Pocket PC, as I got several questions each week on how to use or enable Function keys in this or that application.
Here is a simple information about how function keys work in Windows Mobile.
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If you want to lockdown a user of a Windows Mobile device to not send/receive SMS messages or eMails, you can use a blacklist. First enable Disallow policy on the device and then list all apps you dont like the user to run.
;Enable blacklist of applications that should not run
;Add entries to blacklist of applications that should not run
;add more here as "3", "4", "5", etc.
tmail.exe, sms.dll and poutlook.exe are responsible for message handling on the device. If you disallow them, the user cannot start them anymore.
Unfortunately, there is no in depth information about the Pocket or Mobile Internet Explorer (PIE) comaptibility. So I can only give some suggestions. But I hope this informations will help you getting started and don’t run into trouble.First, although M$ states, that PIE is compatible to Internet Explorer 4.1, 5.0, 5.5 or 6.0, depending on the OS level you run on a windows ce based device, this is only a general statement:
Pocket Internet Explorer has been updated to support the following:
Extensible HTML (XHTML)
Cascading style sheets
Microsoft Jscript® version 5.5
Enhanced scripting and Document Object Model support
Wireless Markup Language (WML) 2.0 (XHTML + WML 1.x)
Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in IPv4/IPv6 mixed-mode environments
New extensible imaging library
From TechEd powerpoint
HTML 3.2 Compliant
XML Object Model
Active X support (no download!)
HTML 3.2-based object model
Not the IE4 OM
Core script support:
Scripting against FORM elements
Scripting against the XML OM<
Dynamic frameset creation
Dynamic script generation
If you try some more special functions of the desktop IE versions, you will find the limits very fast. In example, the OnKey() event is not supported in any of the actual CE OS versions (<=6). XML Dataislands support is very limitted.
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