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Updated on the 23rd of March, 2015.
The file required can be seen at:
Win32 C++ Builder source can be found at ie5.5sp2.zip or within GNU-KitCAD.zip via the KitCAD 2 downloads.
The Windows 32 Executable Web Browser named KitCADi3ie5.exe can run 3 versions of KitCAD i3 KGC web pages, which are:
NOTICE: The TEST file://localhost/ version MUST be removed before installing KitCAD 2.
KitCADi3ie5.exe is designed for running on modern Windows operating systems (like XP) and includes Codesigned files for users to validate the computer software program (detect any changes since signed, etc).
KitCADi3ie5.exe supports standard user accounts on Windows operating systems (like XP) with an extra download for UAC_Support that can administrate KitCAD software deployment in UAC environments.
KitCADi3ie5.exe for file:\\localhost\ and modified KitCAD i3 web pages support Http Request Input/Output methods for using Windows 32 Executable Save dialogs when using the KitCAD i3 KGC TEST Setup - file://localhost version ONLY.
The HASH HttpRequest IO (The '#' symbol with a URL encoded Fragment Identifier) method of data transfer avoids Active-X warning dialogs about Un-safe programs running code while SAVING data when using KitCADi3ie5.exe on file:\\localhost\.
Using HTML URL Fragement Identifier data transfer methods avoids PAGE/HEADER posts/puts/deletes/gets or the return handles required. A system message is generated for Fragement Identifiers which can be monitored by the Applicaiton. The advantage of using HASH IO is that a web page can be caught by catche, and produce a dynamic rendering that can be transfered using URL Fragment Identifiers for HASH IO (instead of FORM GET/POST data). More information about URL#HASH HttpRequest IO enabled support can be found at http://www.kitchenpages.com/dev/archives/kitcad-i3-url-hash-httprequest-io-support/
KitCADi3ie5.exe for file:\\localhost\ and modified KitCAD i3 TEST web pages support both Document Request GET/POST and HASH HttpRequest IO Input/Output methods.