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Hello -

What is everyone using to open web pages within your app? I want to create something where there will be a 'developer' app and a user app.

The developer app will create a simple html page that will allow links to images. Each link will open a sub window for that image when the link is clicked.

The user app will open the html file in a panel like environment.

Also, this will be part of an existing application, that targets Win98 to WinXP


Thank you

Jim
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Most people probably use the TWebbrowser component. You may want to look at the below link for some extra help and/or demos on how to get started with the TWebbrowser component:

http://www.euromind.com/iedelphi/index.htm

Cheers,

Alan
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I'm trying to give you the points but EE configuration is failing to accept it. I email support and await their response.

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