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Does'nt activeX work with Netscape 4.0x ?

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I've made a ActiveX controle (VB5 OCX) for a web page. Exporer 3.0 works fine but I can get it to work with Netscape. Why not?

Is there some security setting I missed ?
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Ha :)

ActiveX DOESN'T work with Netscape. Write to them.

All you can do is get a plugin for netscape that enables them. Search the plugins section on netscape.com.
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