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Sergey Grischenko


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At the moment I can't reproduce it with RegisterMIMEFilter = true. Please send me your project to the support e-mail. I will test it.
Posted 30 Jun, 2015 09:11:13 Top
grchen168




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I have sent the testing project to your service email minutes ago.
Please have a check, and wait for your further info.
Thank you.
Posted 30 Jun, 2015 09:38:29 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Ok, thank you. I will test it and will reply you as soon as possible,
Posted 30 Jun, 2015 10:41:28 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hello.

I sent you an email. Please check your inbox.
Posted 30 Jun, 2015 11:47:50 Top
grchen168




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Thanks. It seems to work.

So, for this issue, in all, works by setting RegisterMIMEFilter (in the designer, not in code)
and no need to wait for the next fix build, right?
Or, is it just a workaround, and for final solution that need apply your next build in the future?
Posted 01 Jul, 2015 02:51:07 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi,

Of course, I will investigate this issue and will try to fix it. Until then please use RegisterMIMEFilter = True. RegisterMIMEFilter has a restriction - only one filter per process can be installed.
Posted 01 Jul, 2015 04:50:30 Top
grchen168




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Basically, it works for IE 10(+) on win7.

And, now, my customer try to run the add-in code with IE 6 (on XP sp2), and it seems causing IE stop working (shown: "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"). After removing the add-in code, then IE6 works very well.

So, question is : does the work around apply to IE 6?
Posted 14 Jul, 2015 00:57:34 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Hi,

No, it doesn't support IE6.
Posted 14 Jul, 2015 03:52:57 Top
grchen168




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Thanks for the reply.
As I had suspected, the code snippet is not supported by IE 6. :<
So, back to the original request, before the next fix release, what's the suggested code that can be applied to both IE 6 ~ IE 10?
Posted 14 Jul, 2015 04:59:39 Top
Sergey Grischenko


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Until we fix the issue with pdf documents I would advise to change the content of the HTML document after it is completely loaded in IE. Or just upgrade Internet Explorer.
Posted 14 Jul, 2015 08:25:21 Top