Mark Wieder wrote:
> But eh? If I click on the Dictionary link in the IDE toolbar in the
> Indy version I get my local dictionary:
> file:///home/mwieder/.runrev/documentationcache/9_6_1_commercial
> /api.html
> and from there searching for "qr" brings up the correct entries.
> Are you seeing something different?

Only because of my environment customization.  But what remains are:

- Where is the documentation for QR *decoding* for both iOS and Android?

- If this adds value to the product, why hide it from the public?

- The Dictionary appears in my browser, not in a LiveCode window,
  so it appears the browser widget is still as dead as audio and
  video playback in LiveCode's Linux edition.

I have no deep affection for CEF. How is this done without CEF on other platforms? Does neither Firefox nor Chrome offer an embedded option?

Do you know offhand what Ubuntu was using when they were using an embedded browser a couple years ago for their dockable web apps?

 Richard Gaskin
 Fourth World Systems
 Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web

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