Run iMacros component with firefox browser?

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Run iMacros component with firefox browser?

Post by free2like » Wed May 08, 2013 12:37 pm

how i can play imacro component with embedded Firefox browser or other browsers in my vb 2010 application?
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Re: Run iMacros component with firefox browser?

Post by Kichka, Tech Support » Fri May 10, 2013 8:44 am

Hello free2like,

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Re: Run iMacros component with firefox browser?

Post by kritikas » Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:28 am

1. Unpack the zip file to any place in your development machine. The main folder iMacrosComponent contains 2 other sub-folders: Bin and Docs. In Docs you find the documentation in web style of the exposed namespaces and their members. The Bin folder contains the dlls needed to compile and run iMacros.
2. Open a new windows forms project. Target it to the x86 platform.
3. Add a reference to iMacrosComponent\Bin\iMacros.Component.dll. Build the solution. On compiling, Visual Studio copies iMacros.Component.dll to the current configuration bin folder, together with some of its dependencies: Microsoft.mshtml.dll and Interop.SHDocVw.dll (supposing that you have the reference property "Copy Local" set to true)
4. Copy also the other dlls from the iMacrosComponent\Bin folder to your project's bin\configuration (Debug or Release, for instance) folder. There are 4 additional dlls (5 in total.) They are necessary during runtime.
5. Now you are ready to add an iMacrosControl to your form. The iMacrosControl cannot be added in the designer. Use the factory method iMacrosControl.Create() to instantiate an iMacrosControl object in your code. Add it to the form's or a panel's controls
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