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Anyone can point me to a FREE HTML Control that supports
HTML 3.2 or above and is able to display animated GIFs if possible

Thanks in advance
Email: wenwei@mbox2.singnet.com.sg
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Try the HTML control (Viewer and FrameViewer) written
by Pbear. You'll find him at http://www.Pbear.com .
I've got some good experiences using his developments.
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I recommend using the control as hypertext viewer aswell, since
Delphi 3.0 doesn't support this function properly.
You should be aware that the library file ilib95ht.dll must be
included with you application. You'll find it in your system directory after installation.
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