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Animated .GIF OCX?

Posted on 1997-04-16
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Anyone know of an OCX (ActiveX Control) that acts like a Image control, but when you select a .GIF File that is animated, will display the Animated .GIF on your form?  (And actually animate it like Internet Explorer/Netscape does)??  Thanks!
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You can Use the Microsoft Internet controls (WEBBROWSER) to do what you want.  These are 32 bit controls I believe.
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Yes there's an OCX that does it very well. I have it with me. The author's name is Jin Hui. I've tried to contact him for registration but I haven't received an answer yet ...

Alex

lixa@rj.sol.com.br
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