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Turn off images in TWebBrowser

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Does anybody know if its possible to turn off images & javascript for a specific twebbrowser window? or is it a global IE setting only?
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it's a global IE setting. however, you can prevent loading images in the onbeforenavigate2 event, by checking the url and if it's an image then set cancel to true (not tested but seems logical to work like this)
but I recommend using TEmbeddedWB from bsalsa.com and setting in the downloadoptions the dlimages to false and and noscripts to true. and maybe other falgs as you need them
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Perfect:)
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