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Boa tarde, Obrigado pela resposta. Mas o TWebBrowser não nos atende perfeitamente. Preferimos usar o CEF Browser. Aguardamos um retorno do suporte Xailer para o problema mencionado no tópico inicial (exemplo anexo). Abraços
emeasoft wrote:Unfortunately TWebBrowser is based on IE and does not work very well with some pages. There are several scripting errors when you browse most sites (see attachment).
Please, delete any TWebBrowser class that you have in your project, in order to link the one shipped in Xailer. Then, try it again. You'll be surprised that the new IE 11 is light years away from previous IE versions
WebBrowser shows, by default, every page error, and that code causes them to be hidden. Firefox and Chrome get that error too, but they don't show it. You can see it in the console under "development tools".
Setting ":Silent" to true, solves the problem. Thank you!
Anyway, we would want to know if CEF will be updated. In this post [url](https://goo.gl/aPrZNm[/url]) you said you had issues with CEF 3, but would try to include it in Xailer 5. You're still working in it or decided not to do?
we've not dropped away CEF for now. We're still looking for a way to implement CEF3 into Xailer, but we've had no luck. And now, after seeing the good behaviour of IE11, CEF is not a priority for us. Also, we hope that MS will make Edge available as a component. In that case, we'll forget CEF for sure, since Edge has a very good render engine, and is actively enhanced from MS.