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1  Task Se7en / Task Se7en News & Announcements / It's Coming! on: May 26, 2011, 06:16:22 PM
Task Se7en is back under development and we'll be publishing a new release very soon!
2  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / MozNET Board Has Moved! on: May 13, 2011, 05:19:45 PM
The MozNET support board has moved to a new home!

You can access the new support forum at: http://forum.se7en-soft.com.
Unfortunately, I was unable to migrate both posts and accounts. You will need to register a new account with the new forum in order to post in the board. Registrations on the new forum are open and ready, just fill out the basic form, poke the OK/Confirm button and validate your email.

Best Regards,
Scott
3  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: Setting OfflineMode on: May 12, 2011, 09:48:34 PM
In the original GeckoFX library, there was an attribute to set the OfflineMode of the browser to true:
Code:
GeckoWebBrowser.OfflineMode = true;
Is there anything similar in the MozNet library?
No. As of XulRunner 1.9.2 that has changed and no longer works. I haven't yet found a suitable replacement for it.

..and just for the record, I was the one that provided that feature for GeckoFX Wink
4  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / NEW ACCOUNT REQUESTS on: May 12, 2011, 01:34:53 AM
Due to the number of bot registration that this forum is getting registration is by request only.

If you would like a legitimate account on this forum please send a request to: general@se7en-soft.com
Use the subject of : Se7en Soft Forum Account Request and provide your desired username and password. I will create your account and the specific details will be emailed to you.

Sorry for the inconvenience but, them's the brakes..

- Scott
5  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync on: May 09, 2011, 11:17:51 PM
I had a hard disk crash last night so it's gonna be another day or so before I can get around to doing the login manager stuff...  Sad

I ordered a new drive and am expecting it to arrive tomorrow -- I didn't lose any source code for anything as I keep it backed up on another system and am beginning to use a source code control system to keep everything in check (Mercurial).
6  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync on: May 09, 2011, 03:49:53 AM
Thanks for the answer. I guess you're talking about the " Secure Login Feature " section on your page...

If you do, my " Login Manager prefs " are exactly the same as the ones on your page. (by default)
OK.. Looks like we need to figure out what the problem is. When I get into dev mode, tomorrow, I'll start hooking up the login manager in my 7SNavigator application (in progress and under wraps). I'll shoot you some pointers while I do it. Hopefully, with a bit of luck, we'll get it working in your application as well.
7  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync on: May 08, 2011, 10:57:58 PM
Check the link below. I think you'll find your answer there..

http://se7en-soft.com/moznet/tech/Default.aspx

Make sure you have the correct prefs in 'all.js'. If it still doesn't work let me know - hell, let me know even if it does!
8  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: MozNet Crash on: May 08, 2011, 02:56:47 PM
I am testing my new browser on 64bit windows (and I know it has capable hardware) and if you move the mouse while navigating the application crashes Sad
Any thoughts on what might be causing the problem?


That's like saying "I just installed windows and 36,000 applications but, something caused it to crash. Any ideas?"...
More information is needed.
9  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: I-player not working on: May 08, 2011, 02:54:49 PM
When using moznet I player loads but no sound is issued from the player.
Any ideas of why it wouldn't work?

best regards

OB6160
Your speakers aren't turned up/on? I don't know - works just fine for me.
10  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync on: May 08, 2011, 05:14:22 AM
Thanks for your answer.
I know I've to create my own dialog but I was bugged at the first line. I was just trying to debug this line...

I think I'm subscribed to my event, no ?

Private Sub browser_LoginSavePromptRequestedAsync(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As Se7enSoft.MozNet.GeckoSecurity.GeckoLoginPromptEventArgs) Handles browser.LoginSavePromptRequestedAsync

Could you please be more specific about what I need... I'm not a pro with VB.Net so I let you imagine C# TO VB.net......

Thanks in advance for your time!

I've been a little busy lately but, I'll try to answer your question as soon as I can.
11  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync on: May 07, 2011, 04:12:50 AM
Hi,

I'm trying to prompt my own async message like the example browser when the browser ask to save the password.

The problem is that I'm stuck at the most important line:
Se7enSoft.MozNet.GlobalSettings.LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync = True
This line doesn't seem to make any effect as I'm still seeing the default dialog to save my password...

My actual code:

In ApplicationEvents.vb:
Se7enSoft.MozNet.GlobalSettings.LoginSavePromptUserProvidedAsync = True
I also tried to add it to my form_load

In Form1.vb:
Code:
    Private Sub browser_LoginSavePromptRequestedAsync(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As Se7enSoft.MozNet.GeckoSecurity.GeckoLoginPromptEventArgs) Handles browser.LoginSavePromptRequestedAsync
        MsgBox("Custom dialog should go here") ' I don't see this message
    End Sub

Any ideas?
Thanks a lot in advance!

You need to read further into the example code. Merely setting the property does not do it on its own. There is an event to subscribe to and handle plus, you need to create your dialog to show the user.
12  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: MozNET 1.9.2.17 Service Update 9 Released on: May 07, 2011, 04:11:16 AM
Where can we see what's new in this release?
There is nothing *new*.. its a 'service release' e.g. a bunch of bug fixes.
13  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / MozNET 1.9.2.17 Service Update 9 Released on: May 07, 2011, 12:31:37 AM
I've just posted the SR9 bits so you can grab them from the main site anytime now.
14  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: Pdf file in browser on: May 04, 2011, 04:54:50 PM
First of all, thanks for this quick reply.

I'm completly agree with you to tell that if something works in Firefox, it not necessarily work with XulRunner.

But one thing bothers me,... the actual version of our application uses the GeckoFX control (R.I.P.  Grin) and with GeckoFX, the #1, #2 and #3 work like a charm. (PDF is opened with the acrobat plugin)

There is no way to make the same thing with the awesome MozNet ?

(Once again : sorry for my broken english...)  Lips Sealed

In my S7Navigator I've been able to open the PDF into a new tab using methods #1 & #2 but, #3 still prompts to download the file. I'll continue to look into the issue but, as for the first 2 methods the way you handle the links in your code makes the biggest difference. #3 still needs a bit of research on my part.

EDIT: I have it working with all 3 methods now Wink The changes will be part of the next release - should be posted in several days. If you have the source code please email me and I can send you the changes needed to support PDF loading from a button click (#3), prior to general release.

Best Regards,
Scott
15  MozNet XR Wrapper / General Support, FAQ and QA / Re: Pdf file in browser on: May 04, 2011, 02:45:32 PM
Hi,

Here is an html code which opens a PDF file.

In Firefox, (if you have acrobat reader) the pdf file is opened into the browser whatever the method.

In Moznet, only the first method opens the pdf file correctly, the other methods run the downloader.

It's seems that's the target="_blank" which is the origin of this problem... Huh?

Can we fix this problem so that the pdf file opens in the browser with the 3 methods?

Thx for your answer.

Code:
<p>1.</p>
<div onclick="window.open('http://wiki.creativecommons.org/images/6/62/Creativecommons-informational-flyer_eng.pdf')">SHOW PDF (div with onClick and window.open)</div>
<p>2.</p>
<a href="http://wiki.creativecommons.org/images/6/62/Creativecommons-informational-flyer_eng.pdf" target="_blank">SHOW PDF (<a> with target=_blank)</a>
<p>3.</p>
<form action="http://wiki.creativecommons.org/images/6/62/Creativecommons-informational-flyer_eng.pdf" target="_blank">
<input type="submit" value="SHOW PDF"/>
</form>

I have just tested with my browser, 7SNavigator (under development), and here are my results.
1) Nothing happened. I don't yet have popup handling implemented in 7SNavigator yet so that may be to blame. (Failed)
2) The PDF opened up in a new tab using the Adobe PDF plugin. (Succeeded)
3) The PDF was prompted to download and open. (Semi-Succeeded)

I'm not going to say that it's MozNET's fault that #1 didn't work and that #3 was partial because XulRunner, IMO, is an incomplete POS in the way that it's compiled by default. In other words, just because something works in Firefox does not mean that the same thing will work (or can even be done) using XulRunner.
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