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9th June, 2007 at 08:11:35 -

Is it possible to create a internet browser in TGF?

 
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9th June, 2007 at 08:31:05 -

yes.

 
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9th June, 2007 at 15:32:14 -

no

 

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9th June, 2007 at 22:59:30 -

yes

 
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10th June, 2007 at 03:44:05 -

I know you can use the Internet Explorer activex control to display webpages (there may also be one for firefox). Although I can't remember whether TGF lets you use activex controls - unless there is another way that I'm missing.

 
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10th June, 2007 at 06:47:06 -

You also can without using a browser ActiveX. Make a HTML parser, and download the requested pages with something like WebGrab.

Oh wait, WebGrab is not available for TGF. And ActiveX isn't either. So no, you can't in TGF, but you certainly can in MMF.

 
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10th June, 2007 at 06:47:14 -

Hooray for my network and internet connection.

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10th June, 2007 at 08:17:25 -

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10th June, 2007 at 08:27:19 -

Oke thanks.

 
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10th June, 2007 at 16:35:06 -

we must be forgetting about the BROWSER object for TGF.

 
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10th June, 2007 at 17:48:16 -

Thats what i was talking about.

 
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10th June, 2007 at 19:03:12 -

But the browser object just opens your browser to a specified URL, it doesn't embed.

And 3ee sort of doesn't exist any more, so you can only get it from other humans, and are there really that many people still stocked up with TGF extensions?

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10th June, 2007 at 20:00:31 -

I have not even heard of most of these extensions.

 
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10th June, 2007 at 20:29:51 -

That's because you're Andie!

 

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10th June, 2007 at 20:47:22 -

I have the browser extension if anyone needs it

But yeah, it just opens the url in a browser window, pretty useless

 
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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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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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