Differences in internal properties


Internal properties are properties used to control BrowserHawk's operation or obtain special information from the component. Conversely, basic and extended properties are properties which represent the capabilities or state of the user's browser.


There are many differences between the ActiveX and .NET versions when it comes to the specific names and class locations of the various internal properties.


For example, instead of ExtPropCustomPluginID in the ActiveX version, there is the PluginCustomID property in the .NET version. As another example, instead of the DLLVersion property there is the BrowserHawkVersion property.


Note also that in many cases the internal properties are located in classes other than the main BrowserObj class. For example, the internal properties related to extended property detection are logically now located in the ExtendedOptions class.


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