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    Web browser using Mozilla?

    Isn't Mozilla Firefox opensource? In that case, wouldn't it be possible to use an activeX or make an extension from it to use it in MMF2?

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    Re: Web browser using Mozilla?

    Yes, I think it is possible to use Mozilla/Gecko as an ActiveX in mmf2.

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    Re: Web browser using Mozilla?

    I personally would like to see an extension made out of the Firefox browser control, so you could use it on any machine, regardless if the Mozilla ActiveX is installed..

    I doubt that would happen though.

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    Re: Web browser using Mozilla?

    Um, who deleted my post?
    I'd prefer Webkit, it's faster, supports more standards (css3 for instance), and more stable, also, it's said to be easier to implement in an own program.

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    Re: Web browser using Mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by chipset
    I personally would like to see an extension made out of the Firefox browser control, so you could use it on any machine, regardless if the Mozilla ActiveX is installed..

    I doubt that would happen though.
    That would be amazing. I really dislike the way Internet Explorer runs, and unfortunately, for web browsing that's our only choice at the moment.

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