Monday, January 5, 2009

v7.90.0028 - 2009-01-05 15:09

  • + Scripting got a new command.
      Name:   html
      Action: Displays an HTML formatted string.
      Syntax: html [html], [width=600], [height=400], [caption=XYplorer]
        html:    HTML formatted string, or name of one.
                 If no "<" character is contained it is interpreted as
                 a URL or filename pointing to an HTML formatted
                 document, resp. any type of document that can be
                 displayed in InternetExplorer. Default: Current file.
        width:   Width of window in pixels (minimum: 250; maximum:
                 screen width; default: 600).
        height:  Height of window in pixels (minimum: 150; maximum:
                 screen height; default: 400).
        caption: Caption on window's title bar;   default: "XYplorer".
          ::html "<html><body>Hi!</body></html>";
          ::html "", 800;
        // note that <xypath>is resolved before the argument is passed
        // to html, so it is auto-interpreted correctly as filename:
          ::html "<xypath>\XYplorer.pdf";