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activex - firefox and mozilla

I have downloaded the llb file from here

Successfully downloaded. And the llb has two files. Lvbrowser.vi and Lvbrowser.rtm

When i clicked to open it, nothing is opened and no error popups. simply idle.

Am using LabVIEW 8.5

Mathan

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i have attached the llb here
 
Mathan
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Dear mathan! I had also downloaded the same file and it worked for me fine. I've LabVIEW 8.2 installed. A screen shot is being attached as verification.




Message Edited by rashid19672008 on 05-09-2008 05:31 PM
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The same LIB contains a LVBrowser .rtm file also. What is it for (What are rtm files for?)?
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rtm means run time menu. Its located in Edit menu. Try using that and ask if specific help needed.

Mathan

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Thanks a lot mathan! I'll ask for your help (I always do). You are a great help.
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Hi, guys.

 

I want to do exactly the same: embed the Mozilla web browser into an ActiveX container. But, after downloading and installing the ActiveX Control in the link provided, I can't see the "MozillaWebBrowser class" in the list when clicking "Insert ActiveX Object..." over the ActiveX container.

 

I described with more detail my problem here:

http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Insert-ActiveX-Object-not-in-list/m-p/1311595

 

Could you please help me?

 

Regards,

Francisco

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