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Twebbrowser

Posted on 2001-06-29
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After creating manualy webbrowser:
w1:=Twebbrowser.create(self);

None of the events of this component doesn't work.

What is the problem?
How to solve it?
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Question by:f15iaf
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by:edey
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I've found that when creating IE's yourself it helps to explicitly cast the object (w1) as a TWinControl.

GL
Mike
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by:Epsylon
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TWebBrowser must be visible to work. If you don't want that, use this UI-less parser:

http://www.euromind.com/iedelphi/uilessparser.htm
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If you use 'InsertControl(w1);' after creation, it becomes visible and the event will work.
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