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wisepenguin



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wisepenguin
internet explorer and mozilla provide activex controls to render web pages.

im interested in using these for my own browser, and i have made
a quick version in VB. however, id like to convert this to assembly
so i have a smaller app, and as a lesson in using com with fasm.

i have looked at the taskbar sample.

does anyone know how to create a single IE engine instance
on a window and set it to a web address ?
Post 20 Jul 2006, 15:57
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vid
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about using COM you can look at directdraw examples
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Post 21 Jul 2006, 08:39
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wisepenguin



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thanks, gods of google Smile
i never found that site when i searched
Post 21 Jul 2006, 09:53
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f0dder



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wisepenguin wrote:
thanks, gods of google Smile
i never found that site when i searched


I remembered the guy from when he posted about it on the asmcommunity.nhet board, so it's not because I'm a google god ^_^

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Post 21 Jul 2006, 14:00
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vid
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moving to windows section
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