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Use Gecko as HomeSite 4.01's Internal Browser

Thursday April 15th, 1999

And so it begins...

From arielb comes more cool HTML control news. From arielb:

"I found this from a search for mozilla in www.allaire.com Seems in Homesite 4.0.1 you can now use mozilla as its internal browser"

Very cool! Someone buy Adam L. a beer!


#1 Re:Use Gecko as HomeSite 4.01's Internal Browser

by arielb

Thursday April 15th, 1999 9:29 PM

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Another beer goes to the next guy who finds a new mozilla based product :)

#2 Pay up :-)

by henrik

Friday April 16th, 1999 6:35 AM

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FreeBuiler (a open source Java IDE) will most likely use XUL!!

you owe me a beer :-)

#3 Re:Use Gecko as HomeSite 4.01's Internal Browser

by SomeSmartAss <improv@magma.ca>

Friday April 16th, 1999 7:14 AM

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the "Beverage Deployment Commitee" would like a link to a FreeBuiler(Builder?) that verifies the finding. (basically, just curious)

#4 Re:Freebuilder

by Henrik

Friday April 16th, 1999 11:55 AM

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The info was taken from their mailing list, discussing the GUI design spec: "* XML Serialization most likely using XUL Langauage"

look at <http://www.freebuilder.org>

although no mention of XUL there

#5 Re:Use Gecko as HomeSite 4.01's Internal Browser

by Barry de la Rosa <baz@dwpub.com>

Monday April 19th, 1999 7:36 AM

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Um, I may be missing something, but I can't get this to work. After following the steps on the Allaire page, I don't see any difference in HomeSite - the only option for internal browsers is still IE 3.0 or higher, and when this is unticked, the internal browser seems to be the old one still. Any ideas?