Re: [feyerabend-project] scripting IE
- This may be noise (apologies in advance<g>).
I'm pretty sure that you can change the IE settings using Windows Scripting
Host since it can do virtually anything you can do on Windows. It is actually
very useful (developed by MS in Europe)
and now part of Windows. In this case the platform runs the script rather
than the browser per se. WSH allows you to tinker with as much of Windows as
one dares <grin>.
Brian Marick wrote:
> At 08:22 AM 11/12/01, you wrote:
> >The problem with adding another scripting language would be that this
> >would open up new security holes that cannot easily be fixed, IMHO. But
> >I am not sure if you really mean that...
> I don't mean executing scripts on a downloaded page. All scripts would be
> provided by the program's owner. Think emacs mode hooks rather than
> >Actually, Opera does something like that in the case of cookies (but not
> >imagine you could ask them to include what you envision.
> Opera seems to have the most flexible cookie management of my three
> browsers, but I didn't see that it allows scripting. (There may not be a
> need for scripting in that case.) Mozilla seems to have the APIs needed to
> hook in a scripting language, but I couldn't find that it's been done.
> Brian Marick, marick@...
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