If you JUST want to get html content and only get the text part of it, use LWP.  You may also want to use HTML::Tree or HTML::Treebuilder or the other various HTML::* modules if you need to format the text in a richedit field or something.   I have never used any of these, However, I would assume HTML::* would have some functions to tell you what is a Heading and you could then update that part with a bigger font for instance.  Again, I dont know, but would be worth looking into.
-----Original Message-----
From: EvanK40767@aol.com [mailto:EvanK40767@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, September 21, 2001 13:38
To: perl-win32-gui-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [perl-win32-gui-users] Embedding a browser window of some sor t?...

>Not sure exactly what you're asking but the easiest way
>I've found to open html files with the users' preferred
>browser is to let the OS decide and simply execute that
>file like so:
>This works on NT4, but I doubt it would work on Win9x/ME
>. If that's the OS you're working with I suppose your
>script could use Win32::Registry to find the default
>But, of course, this may not have been your question :)

Well, i know how to get their default web browser, but i don't know how i could, say, embed it inside a win32::gui window, or (what i'd rather do) create my own window that could interpret simple html...no images or javascript or anything, just text formatting.

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