The WebViewer behave exactly like your chosen standard browser. If you have it in your browser, you will see in WebViewer. If you like to get rid of adds, then you have to setup that on each user
Well, I have adblockers for Firefox and Chrome, but not for Internet Explorer, on which the Webviewer is based. Are you trying to say that if I got Adblocker for Internet Explorer, that would eventually stop ads appearing in Filemaker's Webviewer?
WebViewer is your standard browser. You can not choose to have your standard web browser as Internet Explorer and think that WebViewer should behave like Chrome. It should therefore behave almost like your standard browser. You can not add extra plugins in WebViewer, but hopefully it could handle your AdBlocker setup
My standard browser is Firefox, but when I click "Open In New Window", it uses Internet Explorer, not Firefox. And settings are not from Firefox as well.
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On windows, the web viewer uses an IE "web kit" for the code used to access web pages. You have no control over this and your "default browser" setting has no effect on that.
On Macs, it's the same idea, but it's Safari.
(And I don't know of a way to set up an Ad blocker)
Thanks for your input. I installed ad block for internet explorer. It works on IE, but not for Filemaker's Webviewer. So, any ideas to do that would be appreciated.
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Sorry I have no idea.
Reading this, Internet Feature Controls (U..Y) (Internet Explorer)
it looks add-ons are enabled on default, but only PDF viewers (Adobe, Tracker) works on Webviewer on my PC. Webbrowser control in another application (AutoIt) behave as same.
Some add-ons are written as work only on IE?