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Glenn9999

Implementing Reader Mode

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I managed to get Reader Mode (*) implemented for an application of my own. The only thing I haven't managed yet is to get it working exactly like Internet Explorer/Firefox, where it pops that particular icon down where you middle click. Anyone have any ideas on where I can find it in the system? It should be in a relatively standard spot if it's been in since Internet Explorer 8 (and probably before). But if not, is there a good place to download one (preferably license-free)?

(*) - I had to research a ton to figure out that the particular feature was even *called* that. Middle click on an application that supports it, and it picks a spot and then you scroll the box you're in simply by moving the mouse. Clicking the mouse shuts it off.

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Maybe it is call DoReaderMode and can be found in Comctl32.dll ?

Maybe it is, because like I wrote above, I got it implemented. But I have no special scroll origin icon like Internet Explorer does. That's the point behind this post. What do I need to do to get one?

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