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Does chapter 12 discuss the use of both Mozilla (or it's variants etc) and IE or is it focused solely on the use of IE? Does it go into detail discussing other browsers like Konqueror, etc?
edit: for clarity [ July 08, 2004: Message edited by: Greg T Robertson ]
Joined: Apr 22, 2004
Chapter 12 discusses embedding the SWT Browser widget in your SWT app. Under the covers, SWT uses IE on Windows, Mozilla on Linux, and Safari on Mac. It uses something else on QNX--I forget what. Those are the only platforms that support the Browser widget, and you can't change which browser is used.
Greg T Robertson
Joined: Nov 18, 2003
Interesting approach (the separate browsers across the platforms). Could one if they were so inclined then write a single "browser" widget so to speak that could use mozilla across all platforms? (Bear in mind I know little to nothing about SWT but have seen questions related to this in other forums)