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Hi, I developed an ActiveX to be used with MSIExplorer and Netscape.  The OCX is registered, and it works fine with Internet Explorer but fails in netscape (It doesn't load the plugin, nor it sends an error message).

Could someone help me please?
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Netscape doesn't support ActiveX! There's a plug-in called ScriptActive, which let's Netscape use ActiveX. Check it at http://www.ncompasslabs.com/
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Hmm...that might be a problem!!

Is there any other way I can develope a plugin for netscape using delphi, keeping in mind that the demo outthere (Cant remember the name) causes netscape to crash?

Regards,
Jconde2
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