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I need to add an ActiveX control to a Tk window. Its a simple window. The object is created correctly, but i'm not quite sure how to get it to show up. This is what i got so far.
#!/usr/local/bin/perl use strict; use Win32::OLE; use Tk; my $main = MainWindow->new(); $main->minsize(400,400); $main->title("STK/X Demo for Perl/Tk"); $main->configure(-background => 'black'); # Add ActiveX Component Here my $stkx = Win32::OLE->new('...') || die"Can't create STKX\n"; my $vo = Win32::OLE->new('...') || die "Can't create VO\n"; $stkx->ExecuteCommand('...'); MainLoop();

- Tom

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