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07 July 2016 Reply
Thank you Richard for the code. Do I understand right that the webbrowser control can only emulate a browser that is installed locally? I have a client who has IE 9 installed on all his machines - would using the webbrowser control emulating IE10 or 11 put him into place to access websites that require a higher version of IE, e.g. in order to use SVG features?
Thanks for the message! Yes, the emulation only works with what is installed, so your IE9 user will not be able to emulate anything higher. You'd either have to upgrade their IE version, or look into embedding a browser into your software that you can control - there are a couple of C# Chrome alternatives, but these come with a hefty size cost. I haven't used these to know how they work or if they are as easy to embed as the WebBrowser control.