this is the second call for help on this matter.
On OS X, I do not have the trouble. I have it under Windows XP running on VirtualBox (now) and WIndows 8.1 in a Two-in-One laptop.
When I use this URL, everything is OK:
But if I try that one:
All I get is:
Note: the shown URLs are the ones I used. I also can use Xojo URLs for the good part, but for the bad part, I need these and I do not found other not working urls (beside these news.google.com.
Now the interface and code, because you will “need it”:
A: The interface.
I have a window (say wURL) with a TextField where I set the URL (I type it or I paste it from elsewhere [OS X, usually).
I have a main window (wMain) where the HTMLViewer control is placed.
When I press the Return key, the url is passed to the HTMLViewer: something like .LoadURL(TF_URL.Text). I close the wURL.
The wMain window is always on screen. In wMain.Activate, I have a Boolean (set to true in wURL.PB_OK) that I test and I check if the URL property is not empty, then:
and I set the Boolean to False.
Why do I get my URL refused
How do I get
wURL.TF_Url.Text ? (when I open the wURL window after a bunch of second of no activity ?
BTW: my project weight nearly the same as the built Stand Alone application go figure the nightmare.
I started to build a stripped down test project and I get all kinds of troubles, one of them was the trouble some URLs You may ask me why I do that ? Just because of the wasted monitor height with their bar, rules, URL field etc. that greatly strech the monitor height (> 130 pixels are used for that) ! When you have to make 16 or 20 screen shots to get the whole (original) image, this start to be a Goliaths work !
PS: I create a Browser (skeleton) with minimal (those I needed) Properties and Features. One of them is Read / Write / Display / Add / Remove Bookmarks.
Also, due to my insecure feeling (on OS X !) with the IDE, I do not try to modify the project on Windows 8.1 and on Windows XP you know why I cant.
If I cannot get help from the forum members, I will have to start a “time as needed” debug session with an internet connection, somewhere, and I am not confident.