xhtml Plugin - Support for html,htm,mht,eml,nws file types

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Does the Xhtm plugin run on Windows Vista? Does it work with XnView 1.92?
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helmut wrote:Does the Xhtm plugin run on Windows Vista? Does it work with XnView 1.92?
I don't know, i'll test it, and author doesn't reply anymore...
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huh!? i got no requests from you. 8)

btw i dont know either, i have no Vista (yet).
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Nikolay Raspopov wrote:huh!? i got no requests from you. 8)

btw i dont know either, i have no Vista (yet).
Could you send me your email by PM, please?
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my e-mail is the same as always: ryo-oh-ki [at] narod [dot] ru.
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Nikolay Raspopov wrote:my e-mail is the same as always: ryo-oh-ki [at] narod [dot] ru.
Not the mail that i had :-) I've sent you an email
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Huge thanks!
Let us know if you add CSS support too!
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i have 3000+ xhtml+css template. if this works then it will be very good for me..
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Any idea why it doesn't work for me under Vista? all htm, html etc. files keep their icon instead of showing the preview; inserting or removing their extensions in the Browser|File list options doesn't change anything.

I have copied the XnView folder from my XP machine, where it worked, and have maintained all the same settings. Both on my old XP and new Vista I have Avant Browser as the default browser (an IE shell) and IE7 installed.
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I just tried to switch back IE as the default, but no change... apart from PDF files losing their preview also :shock: and getting it back when I restored Avant as the default browser. Really cannot understand...
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Installing Ghostscript (the latest, 8.61) as suggested here http://newsgroup.xnview.com/viewtopic.php?p=13481#13481 was useless.
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Post by robc »

Sorry for the long string of posts, but I'm reporting as I'm testing and checking the issue. Don't know if it may be of interest, but neither the working installation on the XP machine nor the Vista installation display the Xhtml plugin in the Info|Plugins dialog... should it appear alongside the others even if it's a .usr plugin and not a "native" .dll plugin?
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Post by helmut »

Works fine for me one Windows XP. Some hints for trouble shooting:

1 - The HTML plug-in must be unpacked in Subfolder .\Plugins

2 - By default the HTML plugin displays preview or image view of the HTML, but no thumbnails are shown (probably for security reasons). If you want to see thumbnails for HTML, HTM, MTH, ... files, you have to open Tools > Options > Browser > File List and activate the appropriate checkboxes for "Custom files".

- Please note that the HTML plugin is NEVER listed as plug-in or add-on in Info > Plug-Ins Information.

- FAIK, the HTML plugin uses the IE control or API to render the HTML. There's no need to install GhostScript.
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