Posted on June 29, 2018
New version of DotNetBrowser comes with a whole bunch of useful changes:
In this version, we are glad to introduce the HiDPI Displays support which allows using all DPI-aware modes. The
BrowserView control is compatible with various DPI awareness modes and renders HTML content with respect to the scale factor.
We are FIPS-compliant now! Starting from the version 1.16, it is possible to use DotNetBrowser in the environments where the Federal Information Processing Standard restriction is enabled.
- The render channel initialization now works better. It was achieved by preventing script context creation until the client-side
Browserinstance is created.
- Now you can specify the type of the printed document by means of the Printing API.
- The issue when a drop-down list is displayed inside the
BrowserViewin the heavyweight rendering mode.
- If you don’t want the library to generate and store crash dumps, you can now set
BrowserPreferences.CrashDumpDiras an empty string.
KeyDownevent being unable to subscribe in WinForms in the lightweight rendering mode.
MouseExitevents not forwarded in WinForms in the heavyweight rendering mode.
- The native crash on specific video cards and VMs.
- A webpage content being rendered with wrong height and width in the lightweight rendering mode.
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