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Here an example from: AxWindow
You can host the Win32::GUI window in a Toplevel Tk Win using the 'use' arg with the hexa id of the win32 window.
use Win32::GUI; use Win32::GUI::AxWindow; # Main Window $Window = new Win32::GUI::Window ( -name => "Window", -title => "Win32::GUI::AxWindow test", -post => [100, 100], -size => [400, 400], ); # Add a WebBrowser AxtiveX $Control = new Win32::GUI::AxWindow ( -parent => $Window, -name => "Control", -control => "Shell.Explorer.2", # -control => "{8856F961-340A-11D0-A96B-00C04FD705A2}" +, -pos => [0, 0], -size => [400, 400], ); # Register some event $Control->RegisterEvent("StatusTextChange", sub { $self = shift; $eventid = shift; print "Event : ", @_, "\n"; } ); # Call Method $Control->CallMethod("Navigate", 'http://www.perl.com/'); # Event loop $Window->Show(); Win32::GUI::Dialog(); # Main window event handler sub Window_Terminate { return -1; } sub Window_Resize { if (defined $Window) { ($width, $height) = ($Window->GetClientRect)[2..3]; $Control->Move (0, 0); $Control->Resize ($width, $height); } }


Hope this help.


In reply to Re: Adding ActiveX Control to Tk Window by didier
in thread Adding ActiveX Control to Tk Window by tcf22

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