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Phalanx wrote:Could you add the Mozilla ActiveX control to ReactOS with a wrapping dummy IE ActiveX control. That way programs reliant on the IE one will now work.
Dr. Fred wrote:Here is the mailing list posting1. Add urlmon and shdocvw to the build
2. wget the mozilla control from there
3. Install the control (It may fail a few times)
4. Copy msvcr70.dll to reactos\system32
5. start cmd.exe and cd to C:\program files\Mozilla ActiveX Control .....
6. type explorer
7. hit the webbutton
bratao wrote:This screenshot send by a friend, look that this space is from Filip Navara, thanks a lot man !!!!keep the good work !!1
Jaix wrote:I have tried this in sooooo many versions since then, but I havn't succeded in getting the Mozilla ActiveX Control to work or even install correctly, what do I do wrong? Does someone have a magic wand to my aid?
Sebastiaan wrote:I tried installing the Mozilla control this afternoon. It seems you have to manualy register the control before ibrowser.exe can use it.
Register the control by using cmd.exe to cd to the "Mozilla ActiveX..." directory, and type "regsvr32.exe mozctl.dll".
Gedi wrote:we are currently considering a few ideas for having the mozilla control either auto-install when you open ibrowser for the first time, or running a seperate program, maybe via the package manager.
You'll still need to set up your own IP details and ensure you have network connectivity first.