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SWT control that support HTML text? [message #454225] Tue, 19 April 2005 13:31 Go to next message
Andy Arhelger is currently offline Andy ArhelgerFriend
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Is there an SWT control that supports HTML tags in text? Something like:

<html>This is nice <b>text</b></html>

like Swing JLabel does?

Andy Arhelger
Re: SWT control that support HTML text? [message #454285 is a reply to message #454225] Tue, 19 April 2005 16:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: eyecanseeyou.free.fr

Hi,
Have a look at Browser component.
Re: SWT control that support HTML text? [message #454339 is a reply to message #454225] Wed, 20 April 2005 19:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Max is currently offline MaxFriend
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I have found some at http://www.xored.com/products/

"Andy Arhelger" <juggle@us.ibm.com> wrote in message
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> Is there an SWT control that supports HTML tags in text? Something like:
>
> <html>This is nice <b>text</b></html>
>
> like Swing JLabel does?
>
> Andy Arhelger
Re: SWT control that support HTML text? [message #454478 is a reply to message #454285] Thu, 21 April 2005 22:02 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Andy Arhelger is currently offline Andy ArhelgerFriend
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Browser works pretty well. Some problems:

1) The font is too large, is there anyway to reduce the font size?
2) The margins are too large, I.E. to much space around the borders of
the text. Any way to reduce these?
3) The background is white which is not the same as a Label. Any way to
change the background color?
4) Any way to force it not to add scroll bars but to always show all the
text?

Looks like Browser is acutally made up of an OleFrame and and WebSite
object. It seems as though I could control more of how the control works
if I could get access to the OleFrame WebSite objects. Any way to do this?

Andy Arhelger

Eyecanseeyou wrote:
> Hi,
> Have a look at Browser component.
>
>
Re: SWT control that support HTML text? [message #454483 is a reply to message #454478] Fri, 22 April 2005 08:32 Go to previous message
Benjamin Pasero is currently offline Benjamin PaseroFriend
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Andy Arhelger wrote:

> Browser works pretty well. Some problems:
>
> 1) The font is too large, is there anyway to reduce the font size?

Use CSS to define the Font

> 2) The margins are too large, I.E. to much space around the borders of
> the text. Any way to reduce these?

Use CSS: <body style="margin:0;"> for no margins and any other value for
defined margins (e.g. maring:2px;)

> 3) The background is white which is not the same as a Label. Any way
> to change the background color?

CSS :)

> 4) Any way to force it not to add scroll bars but to always show all the
> text?

CSS! <body style="overflow:auto">
That will only show Scrollbars if required by the Browser (at least on
Windows). overflow:none will completly
remove the scrollbars.

>
> Looks like Browser is acutally made up of an OleFrame and and WebSite
> object. It seems as though I could control more of how the control
> works if I could get access to the OleFrame WebSite objects. Any way
> to do this?
>
> Andy Arhelger
>
> Eyecanseeyou wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> Have a look at Browser component.
>>
>>
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