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dfilipovic2 Outstanding Contributor.
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HTML Viewer add button with function?

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Hello experts,
Does anyone know if I can add a button with action onclick=msg() in HTML Viewer?
I have tried to enable script tag but without success, I mean I have enabled it but HTML Viewer sees it like any other paragraph.

Best regards,
Dino

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dfilipovic2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: HTML Viewer add button with function?

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Hello @Jose_A_SM,
I have managed to solve this other way.
I have solved the problem with table and variables where I have filled them with javascript.
Best regards,
Dino

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Re: HTML Viewer add button with function?

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Hello Dino,
Thanks for your question.

Could you please elaborate on your request and provide evidence of what you have accomplished so far?

BR!

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dfilipovic2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: HTML Viewer add button with function?

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Hello @Jose_A_SM,
I have managed to solve this other way.
I have solved the problem with table and variables where I have filled them with javascript.
Best regards,
Dino

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dfilipovic2 Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: HTML Viewer add button with function?

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@Jose_A_SM,
My idea was to have a HTML page with buttons (inside of HTML) which was dynamic so I could solve one custom process.
Best regards,
Dino Filipović

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