One of the most common features requests on the forums is a good way to display HTML.
Usually they will choose the IE ActiveX. But yet this is somewhat risky:
Bob makes his HTML document to be displayed in MMF2 with the IE ActiveX. Bob has Vista and IE7 installed.
Joe uses his program on Windows 2000 with IE 5 and finds out that the alpha channel in the PNGs aren't working and the layout is a bit messy.
Chris uses the program on Linux with Wine (which replaces the IE ActiveX with Mozilla) and finds out that the layout is nothing like it should be.
And LIJI uses the program on his Windows XP installation without IE, which asks him to download the HTML file instead of displaying it.
Making a Mozilla Object (non-Active will have this advantages against the IE and Mozilla ActiveX:
-Will work the same in any platform.
-Will work the same regardless of the browser you have installed.
-Will not require a 3rd party ActiveX to be installed.
-Somewhat easier to use than using the ActiveX Object
I posted it here as someone might want to make it, as I don't really have a time to make it and it's a bit too complex for me.