dummy at richsuib.com
Mon Jul 19 07:53:34 PDT 2010
Second post, so once again, apologies if this has been previously answered.
I've been reasonably successful making an activex control based on
WinLauncher and WebKit+cairo. The goal is to provide an embedded
browser that provides a better browsing experience than IE 6 & 7.
Things work reasonably well except for the following issues:
heap corruption upon returning from when I call the appropriate
MessageBoxW win32 calls. Guessing that this was because of threading
issues, I moved the actual MessageBoxW call to the app's UI thread by
means of a SendMessage. This cleared the corruption issue. However, I
can't seem to get WebKit to understand a return value of 0 when the
user clicks "No" on the confirm dialog. For some reason, the value
going back is a large positive number (not ffffffff).
2. What is the magic I need to invoke in order to get browser-like
tooltips when the user mouses over DOM elements with a title attribute
in them? Is it just a matter of implementing
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