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develop an add-in for MS-IE

I am looking for a spec how to develop an add-in (add-on?) for MS-IE.
Like a DLL.

The add-in shall get an event whenever the visited URL changes and do some processing then.
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ckanetaCommented:
listening
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ptiemannAuthor Commented:
hi ckaneta,
do you have additional questions?
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rwilson032697Commented:
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JohnnCommented:
well, it's certainly possible!  How are you with COM?  To simplify things you need to create a CoClass that implements the IObjectWithSite interface and then register it with IE (throught the registry).  Then you need to react to the notification you get when IE loads you up and fires one of the methods of IObjectWithSite and connect via IConnectionPoints.  You then need to implement the dispath interfaces of IE's event model.  After that you can pratically take control over IE and Windows Explorer! (every single instance).

John
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EpsylonCommented:
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JaymolCommented:
Listening intently...
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florisbCommented:
Check the Delphi Magazine september 1999 (www.itecuk.com) for an example with the Idextensibility interface, this is a COM Add-in for Office; I expect this to work the same for I.E. .... ....complicated...:-)

Floris.
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EpsylonCommented:
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EpsylonCommented:
RING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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EpsylonCommented:
I am wasting my time here....
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ckanetaCommented:
Looks like no-one wants to grade your answers, Epsylon.
but, you're answer helped me out a little, so I'll post a question for you and give you 50 points :)
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ptiemannAuthor Commented:
I did already accept it a little earlier..
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ptiemannAuthor Commented:
it does not take it.. mm?
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