But if you urgently need to use one of our WebView functions, consider to change your scripts and use our plugin based web viewer. With the WebView.CreateWithControl function you can create an IE based web viewer on a layout and use our existing functions to do all the web viewer related functions:
#create with control on window
Set Variable [ $$web; Value:MBS("WebView.CreateWithControl"; 0; "placeholder"; 1) ]
Set Variable [ $r; Value:MBS( "WebView.LoadURL"; $$web; "http://www.mbs-plugins.com") ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "WebView.SetFormTextAreaValue" ; "HTMLEditor"; "formtest"; "output"; $text; 0 ) ]
function SetText(text)As you see we include some exception handling, which may tell you if something is not working. Now we call it with the script step and pass our $text variable:
When you try this, you will notice it works just as fine as the existing calls with MBS FileMaker Plugin.
Update: We are working on a fix for our WebView functions to make them work for WebView2 controls on Windows.