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    QHTM, an HTML rendering control is once again available from www.gipsysoft.com

    James




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  • #2
    and now we can use it from pb

    example here:
    http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ad.php?t=23059

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    best regards
    peter scheutz

    [this message has been edited by peter scheutz (edited july 03, 2001).]
    Best Regards
    Peter Scheutz

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    • #3
      hi,

      I tried the demo in Win2000: (haven't tried other o/s's)

      Program ran, no errors, but it didn't show anything!

      About the only thing I could do, was load a web page
      to see how we'll it loaded htm/html doc's. Looks good to me!

      Later

      MWM



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      • #4
        I haven't tried Peter's sample, but I used QHTM in a couple of
        applications and it is superb. Highly recommended!
        Zippety Software, Home of the Lynx Project Explorer
        http://www.zippety.net
        My e-mail

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Michael Meeks:
          I tried the demo in Win2000: (haven't tried other o/s's)
          Program ran, no errors, but it didn't show anything!
          Wich demo? Mine, from the source code forum?
          I'd like to know if it's ok for win 2000.
          It's for the free light version.


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          Best Regards
          Peter Scheutz
          Best Regards
          Peter Scheutz

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          • #6
            The "self contained" demo on the QHTM site does not run on my Win2K system either - nothing was displayed in the "html" frame. When I tried to load a web page from disk, the app locked up solid and did not redraw itself, yet burned 100% CPU.



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            Lance
            PowerBASIC Support
            mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
            Lance
            mailto:[email protected]

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            • #7
              Peter, it seems that the demo (from gipsysoft) html-files are missing.
              However you can use the "Open-button" to load your own Html-files
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              It also seems thet gipsysoft has som "non-fatal" problem with their
              Mail-server for the moment.


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              Fred
              mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
              http://www.oxenby.se

              Fred
              mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
              http://www.oxenby.se

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              • #8
                All,

                The problems reported are obviously real, but do seem to relate
                to this latest release - I have found QHTM to be rock-solid in
                actual use (and no, I'm not affiliated with gipsysoft.com in any
                way - just a happy user !)

                I've sent the author a private e-mail pointing him at this forum
                page, so hopefully any problem will be resolved shortly.

                Cheers -

                Paul
                Zippety Software, Home of the Lynx Project Explorer
                http://www.zippety.net
                My e-mail

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                • #9
                  Peter,
                  I've compiled and run your demo successfully under Win2k using the light version
                  of QHTM.

                  James


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                  • #10
                    Peter, thanks for your demo, it works fine on my NT4 tin can.
                    It's only using these dlls, so it seems to be independant of IE/Netscape etc: ntdll.dll, advapi32.dll, kernel32.dll, user32.dll, gdi32.dll, rpcrt4.dll, oleaut32.dll, ole32.dll, shell32.dll, comctl32.dll and of course qhtmlight.html
                    but I found it strange that when I clicked on a link in it, it would launch IE? or is that just a limitation of the light version, only for local rendering - no downloading...?
                    seems like it could be very useful though for local rendering in an app (wouldnt use it to create a webbrowser out of it though)
                    Also, qhtmlight.dll is 167,936 bytes, but it compressed down to 68,608 bytes with UPX and still functioned the same. ASPack got it down to around 100kb, wont add very much bloat to any apps



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                    • #11
                      Wayne,
                      Check out: www.gipsysoft.com/qhtm/html.shtml

                      James


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                      • #12
                        Hi Wayne,

                        It is independent of IE as you say. The reason it launches your
                        web browser is because a hyperlink will be passed to the default
                        handler for that link type if you don't handle the link in code
                        first (the QHTM API makes the link notification available to you).

                        I also use it compressed, using Jeremy Collake's PECompact, and it
                        works a treat.

                        Regards,

                        Paul
                        Zippety Software, Home of the Lynx Project Explorer
                        http://www.zippety.net
                        My e-mail

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                        • #13
                          All,

                          I received an e-mail back saying that the self-contained demo has
                          been updated on the web site (the HTML files are now included).

                          I gave it a whirl on Win2K and Win98 and it now works fine.

                          Paul
                          Zippety Software, Home of the Lynx Project Explorer
                          http://www.zippety.net
                          My e-mail

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                          • #14
                            Thanks for the update Paul,

                            I plan to purchase the dll here within the next day or so!
                            I think it's a great tool for my current collection.

                            Anyone have any use with REMailPlus DLL ? (no affiliation)

                            A quick summary: The REMailPlus DLL can be used from any 32-bit
                            Windows compiler. The DLL provides easy to use functions for
                            DialUp (RAS) networking, sending and receiving emails via either
                            modem or network connection. It handles MIME encoding and decoding
                            internally. The number of attachments is unlimited. REMail requires
                            SMTP server for sending and POP3 server for receiving emails. The
                            DLL provides FTP directory management tools, including directory
                            listings, renaming, deleting, creating and removing folders,
                            changing directory, retrieving filedates and sizes, downloading
                            from http/ftp and uploading to FTP w/o browser. File transfer
                            includes transfering whole directory structures, filtering using
                            wild cards, and transfering newer files only. Price: $129

                            Website:http://www.direct-print.com/remail%20products.htm

                            Sounds like a great tool and just want to see if anyone has used
                            it!

                            Later

                            MWM



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                            mwm

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                            • #15
                              thanks all for testing.

                              i posted a new version of the pb qhtm ddt example.
                              the new version reports what is clicked and prevents qhtml from taking action.(starting a browser)

                              get it here: http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pb...ad.php?t=23059

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                              best regards
                              peter scheutz
                              Best Regards
                              Peter Scheutz

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                              • #16
                                Are there other example programs written in PB that utilize more of the
                                features of QHTM? Also, has anyone got an example using Chris Boss's
                                EZGUI and QHTM?


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                                • #17
                                  Martin,

                                  Sometime within the next couple of weeks I will be releasing the full source code for a
                                  QHTM-based Help system I wrote for internal use, using PB/DLL6. I believe it utilises most
                                  aspects of QHTM except CoolTips (HTML-stylised ToolTips).

                                  I call it TinyHelp - here's a quick screenshot

                                  I don't have any EZGUI examples, but in the meantime if you have any specific questions on
                                  using QHTM, post them here and I'll be happy to try and help.

                                  Cheers -

                                  Paul

                                  [This message has been edited by Paul Noble (edited July 07, 2001).]
                                  Zippety Software, Home of the Lynx Project Explorer
                                  http://www.zippety.net
                                  My e-mail

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                                  • #18
                                    Peter Scheutz, JCFuller;

                                    Thanks to both of you for pointing this control out to me,
                                    and Peter, for your source-code of information! A great
                                    addition to my collection of tools!

                                    Regards,

                                    MWM




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                                    mwm
                                    mwm

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                                    • #19
                                      There seems to be DNS-problem with gipsysoft mail-server.
                                      When I tries to download I get a message saying
                                      "You will get an email with download-instructions"
                                      I never gets any email, tried about 5 times.
                                      I have also sent mail to [email protected] but after 4 days they
                                      are returned undelivered.
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                                      Can someone email me the free wersion.(full unstall)
                                      Thank you..


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                                      Fred
                                      mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
                                      http://www.oxenby.se

                                      Fred
                                      mailto:[email protected][email protected]</A>
                                      http://www.oxenby.se

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                                      • #20
                                        Paul,
                                        ..I like the help system you created using QHTM, I would like
                                        to do something simular so I would be very interested in the
                                        example that you are willing to share.


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