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Thomas A. Rowe (Microsoft MVP - FrontPage)
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Quote:> I have a problem in 2 machines (one machine uses IE 4.72 and the other
> IE 5.00.2919.6307) where it does NOT recognize any event I have in any
> ActiveX controls created using "Single Threaded" Threading Model. It does,
> however, recognize events on any ActiveX controls created using
> Threaded" Threading Model. I can fix the problem in IE 4.72 by checking
> "Browse in a new process" checkbox in Internet Options - Advanced tab, but
> that checkbox is NOT available in IE 5 browser
> (http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q240/9/28.ASP). It says
> that in IE 5 it is automatically enabled or disabled based on the amount
> RAM on the computer. If the computer has 32 MG or more RAM, the setting is
> enabled. The computer with IE 5.00.2919.6307 has 64 MG of RAM. The problem
> does not happen in other IE 5.00.2919.6307 machine, only in 1 machine we
> have this problem. How can I fix the problem so that it can recognize
> of the ActiveX controls? Thank you very much.
> On the sample code below, I use a very simple Visual Basic 6.0 ActiveX
> control with 1 command button with RaiseEvent Click in the Command1_Click
> The code in the ActiveX control is:
> Public Event Click()
> Private Sub Command1_Click()
> RaiseEvent Click
> End Sub
> The code in the HTM file is:
> <object classid="clsid:79C55724-42FE-11D5-B966-00AA00C7B747" id="ffa2"
> width="320" height="240"
> Using IE 4.72, if I uncheck the "Browse in a new process" checkbox in
> Internet Options - Advanced tab, when I click on the command button, the
> message box "click" does not show up. If I check the "Browse in a new
> process" checkbox, when I click on the command button, the message box
> "click" shows up. I have another ActiveX control with the same code as
> above, but I compile using "Apartment Threaded" Threading Model, using IE
> 4.72 either I check or uncheck the "Browse in a new process" checkbox, the
> message box "click" shows up.
> Using IE 5.00.2919.6307, when I click on the command button, the message
> "click" does not show up (even though we have other computer with IE
> 5.00.2919.6307 that the message box "click" shows up).