Nikolay Raspopov wrote:Xhtml_220.127.116.11.zip
Important: Place the plug-in in "\Program Files\XnView\PlugIns" folder!
Nikolay Raspopov wrote:Xhtml_18.104.22.168.zip
+ Optimization (smaller & faster)
+ No more windows registry dependency
helmut wrote:The HTML and SWF plug-ins are
- programmed by you
- available for free for all XnView users
- still under development, especially the SWF plug-in has beta level
Are my statements correct?
helmut wrote:Does the HTML plug-in support Cascading Stylesheets (CSS)? Are there known limitations at the moment (e.g. tables, margins, ...)?
Nikolay Raspopov wrote:...
HTML plugin is only thin layer between XnView and Microsoft Windows Shell HTML Thumbnailer. It uses the same mechanism as thumbnail view mode of Windows Explorer (right side panel) in Win2K and WinXP-pre-SP1.
This plugin also works in Windows Me.
helmut wrote:Sure enough we are curious what the outcome on Windows 98 and Windows 95a is.
Additonally I'll get back to Nikolay and will ask him, whether he sees problems on these platforms and if so what the possible problems are. Answer will be posted here...
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