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How can I do what InetGet does without IE?

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I don't have IE installed on my machine, I use FireFox.

The AutoIt doc says that IE 3 or later must be installed to use InetGet.

How can I do what InetGet does without IE installed?

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I thinks you answered your own question - if something says that something else needs to be installed - install it first.

there might be one out there for firefox though - look at the firefox udf to see if it has something similar


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What are you talking about?

I would really like to see windows without IE3 installed (that can run AutoIt).


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I'm with trancexx. AutoIt is for windows, windows comes with IE built in. It doesn't take a logical genius to figure out that if you can run AutoIt, then you have IE.

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Considering XP ships built on IE6 and pre-2000 editions of Windows were dropped...

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Well there are 3rd party versions of XP install disks that install firefox instead of IE.


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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

So your windows is running on firefox? can i get some screenshot to see how folder browsing is working on firefox?

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@obrienj

Have you even tried using InetGet() to do what you want? Usually the required components of IE are installed anyway whether or not the browser itself is, that is unless you have removed them in which case there is a lot more besides IE that isn't working.


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Explorer.exe is basically an IE process.

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