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IE Load Percentage

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Hey guys, i really doubt this is possible, but is there any way of getting the percentage of how far a page in internet explorer has loaded? There's no way of using a loop with _IELoadWait or something like that??

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Hey guys, i really doubt this is possible, but is there any way of getting the percentage of how far a page in internet explorer has loaded? There's no way of using a loop with _IELoadWait or something like that??

Thanks!

Take a look at the _IEPropertyGet() function, and pay attention to the "Busy" keyword there. You can write a while loop with that in mind :) As to the actual amount of data, ie, displaying on the screen, the page is 30% loaded, and then 33% loaded, etc, no idea >_<. Normally i just use the propertyget to display an image that shows the page is still loading lol


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The ObjEvent function has an example of exactly this. Please see the helpfile.

Dale


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