Using the browser environment

by Anders Rundgren » Fri, 17 Oct 2008 23:48:41 GMT

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 I'm in an very early state trying to create a content listener that
would start when the browser hits a MIME it doesn't understand.  That
is feasible, right?

However, I want this app to block (as long as it is active) the
browser and start communicating back to the server using the existing
browser environment including cookies.  Is this only possible using C+
+ and NSAPI?


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