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3rd party webbrowser component

It's official there are no C++Builder experts in the C++ forum. Since a lot of component developers have C++Builder versions I am turning to you in desperation.

C++Builder 5.01 TCppWebBrowser is a wrapper for M$ SHDOCVW.DLL and adds no functionality. I have already posted re the problems I am having with it and these are what I would like the 3rd party component to be able to handle :

- print without previewing
- stream html to the component and not have to use a file
- print up to 1000 html streams sequentially
- print to the first tray (TQuickReport has an option to do this for example - QuickReport1.PrinterSettings.OutputBin = (Upper))

Can anyone recommend a Delphi 3rd party component that does this? Maybe they have a C+Builder version.

Here's hoping, thanks, Tom.
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DragonSlayerCommented:
I don't know if this would help:
http://www.euromind.com/iedelphi/
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edeyCommented:
I don't know about the otheres, but http://members.home.net/hfournier/ had a pertinent delphi example:

Q: How do I load a stream into the WebBrowser without Navigating to a file?

A: Here's some sample code:

function TForm1.LoadFromStream(const AStream: TStream): HRESULT;
begin
  AStream.seek(0, 0);
  Result := (WebBrowser1.Document as IPersistStreamInit).Load(TStreamAdapter.Create(AStream));
end;

This tip provided by Per Larsen

GL
Mike
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boardtcAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the effort. I was never able to find an answer.

Cheers, Tom.
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