If i use WebkKit renderer instead, all works fine, but than i got the Problem shown in my first post (The Control freezes if i dragging some controls or a the window - This could be a bug from xojo or the control itself ?)
If i cant prevent the freeze i need a new HTMLViewer control.
Thanks for your current help, but at this time, I only got a worse workaround but not a final solution.
Just for explanation to understand my goal a little bit more:
For similar results across the different platforms, I would recommend switching to the WebKit browser… The scrollbars that are causing the issue, are they ones displayed with the HTMLViewer control or on of Xojo’s that is used to control the HTMLViewer? Seeing as Xojo is single threaded and the HTMLViewer is single threaded, you will probably get issues like this popping up elsewhere as well…
If you can, dump the scrollbar and use a custom page panel in your HTML to navigate between your different example animations…
To force IE out of compatibility mode use this meta tag in the header of your HTML
The Scroll Bars that are cuasing the issue are xojo controls (Sliders btw working, but there aren’t vertically).
I want to display the animation on a second Display (prefered a Video-Projektor or a big TV). At the end it should be an Visualization Software, to show cool stuff on an Party-Event. Thats also the reason why its so importent that the animation didnt should freeze while dragging a window or using a scroll bar
[quote=185603:@peter fricke]The "native" renderer is whatever version of the IE engine installed
I have installed Internet Explorer 11 (This can display my animations correctly). I think xojo is not using the newest installed IE or it blocks some functions - dont know.
It could be running in compatibility mode which makes it behave like an older version
[quote=185603:@peter fricke]Whatever, it would be the best, if the WebBrowser comes with the Application itself, to get the best representation on all PC’s or Operating Systems.
Cant do that with IE but webkit is for exactly that reason
If it does this on OS X at least there is a nice tool to sample the process & see whats going on
But on Windows I’m not aware of anything that can do that
There may be
WebKit ActiveX - Everything fine
Xojo WebKit Engine - Freezes if drag window or a scroll bar
… Why isnt Xojo able to do the same as the “WebKit ActiveX can”?
@peter fricke - can you please show us your worklow implementing this gorgious control?
For now I think it’s a perfect replacement for the Webkit Renderer on Windows - and it seems to be OpenSource.
So why not share the way of implementation with us and maybe it will be added, to the XOJO OpenSource Site?!