Well here I am right here with Tim on this one. I'm wanting to create a backstage print preview control using webbrowser. The user clicks print on the backstage menu and when the print tab opens it displays a preview using the webbrowser control on
the right side.
Problems I'm having:
1) If you hide or click a different backstage tab, say Recent then click back to Print the webbrowser dissapears.
2) You can see the first webbrowser control on the main window through the backstage windows, so as that both webbrowser controls are seen at the same time, one overlapping the other.
3) No real events tied to the Fluent tabs that we can include triggers to perhaps refresh the drawn control, or if so Not working for me.
example: Having event handler that fires if the currently selected Fluent tab gets switched to another tab, or fluent windows itself loses or gains focus.
The thing here is, I feel both Tim and myself are wanting to create a print window that resembles Word 2010's Print window, using the webbrowser control as the form display control since you can construct page information and populate it. This has the potential
of making a very powerful interface.