Embeding VRML Viewer

Hi, everybody,
        I am writing a VRML editor using Delphi. I want to embed a VRML
browser into my VRML editor. Do you know whether there is any Delphi
component which can be used to display VRML files or HTML files? Or is it
possible for me a embed a VRML browser e.g. Netscape 3.0 into my Editor
using OLE 2?
        I want to make my editor similar to Hotdog HTML editor which has a
preview window displaying HTML files. I don't have any idea of how to
implement a VRML displaying window. Could anybody give me some clues or
info.? Thank you very much. And wish you a very nice day.

                                                        Huang Kaibin
kaibinAsked:
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ozzyCommented:
There are plenty of html viewers available for Delphi.  Http://www.netmanage.com has some ActiveX components that come with Delphi Developer that includes html.  VRML however is not available as far as I know.  Check the Delphi Super Page- Freeware Library.
http://sunsite.icm.edu.pl/archive/delphi/freelib.html

It is very easy to create an html viewer with netmanage and embed it into your software.  There are probably better components to do this with however.

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