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    Posted: 16 June 2008 at 2:30am
Here I am, Yet again, asking for help with my Web Browser.
I use Commandbars to generate it's "Address bar". and I was wanting to know how I could somehow put a progress bar in there, similar to Avant browser, Firefox(With Fission installed), or even Safari.

Please help ASAP

Thanks and reguards.
Product: Xtreme Suite Pro (Active-X), Version 15.3.1

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Where you have to put ProgressBar ??

In CommandBar or StatusBar??
What you use ?? VB6 or Vb.NET or what ??
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I use Visual Basic 6.0, Service Pack 6.
 
Alright, let me explain;  You've used Safari, or maybe even IE 7 in Vista, right?
Anywho, the progress bar, is "Inside" the Address bar. (Commandbar, Not statusbar.)
and I was wondering how I could do that.
 
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Have you tried with Handle ??

Dim ItemCustom as CommandBarControlCustom

Set ItemCustom = CommandBarName.Controls.Add(xtpControlCustom, ID_CONTROL, "Text")
ItemCustom.Handle = ProgressBar.hwnd

I don't know if it will help you
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Sasa, I will be sure to try that and let you know how that goes. Thanks!
 
By the way, I plan on having an Alpha-release of it here soon, and I'll be sure to give everyone who helps me credit!
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