What HTML interpreter / viewer is used within GoldMine?
- All areas within GoldMine where HTML can be used and will be displayed relies on the Microsoft (R) HTML viewer application extension from Internet Explorer.
- The underlying DLL-file is mshtml.dll and is available
a. On Windows 32-bit systems in %WINDIR%\SYSTEM32 folder
b. On Windows 64-bit system in %WINDIR%\SYSWOW64 folder (this file exists also on Windows 64-bit systems in the %WINDIR%\SYSTEM32 folder but this is the -bit component and not used by GoldMine)
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- Further information about the mshtml.dll file can be found on https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa741312%28v=vs.85%29.aspx
....Mshtml.dll is at the heart of Internet Explorer and takes care of its HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) parsing and rendering functionality. Mshtml.dll is sometimes referred to by its code name, "Trident". Mshtml.dll exposes interfaces that enable you to host it as an active document. Other applications such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Visio, and many non-Microsoft applications also expose active document interfaces so they can be hosted by shdocvw.dll. For example, when a user browses from an HTML page to a Word document, mshtml.dll is swapped out for the DLL provided by Word, which then renders that document type. Mshtml.dll may be called upon to host other components depending on the HTML document's content, such as scripting engines (for example, Microsoft JScript or Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript)), ActiveX controls, XML data, and so on....