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LIJI

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11th June, 2007 at 07:53:20 -

You can make an HTML parser with TGF using the MooSock object.
In MMF1.5 you can use the Gecko ActiveX or the M$IE ActiveX (The ActiveX object in MMF1.5 isn't fully working with some ActiveXes, including the M$IE ActiveX, but the Gecko one works fine) or an HTML parser like above.
In MMF2 the M$IE ActiveX has more functions (That were majorly missing in MMF1.5) and the Gecko ActiveX functions better.

Gecko is Mozilla/Firefox/Netscape-like rendering engine btw.

 
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15th June, 2007 at 06:10:11 -

You saying "M$IE" confuses me. What about saying "IE"?

 
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LIJI

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15th June, 2007 at 15:58:08 -

I say M$IE because the activeX is called MSIE, not IE.
MSIE is also used in the user agent code.

 
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15th June, 2007 at 16:14:21 -

Thanks LIJI, I didn't know that (about Gecko ActiveX)

 
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