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A panel for showing HTM= L-formatted content.
This can be used for instance to show a 'README'= content. It presents text of any length. The text is specified by the=C2= =A0HTMLInfoPanel.info=C2=A0resource.
To add an image to the HTMLInfoP= anel you simply need to add a ressource to your install.xml with an ID deci= ded by you, then you can call this image by refering it by this same ID.
and in file.html:
<= img src=3D"GHGHGH"/>=09=09
Note = that variables are being substituted in HtmlInfoPanel (e.g.,=C2=A0$I= NSTALL_PATH=C2=A0wil= l be replaced with the installation path).
You can define mult= iple HTMLInfoPanel with individual HTML texts by giving them a specific id.= The resources must be named=C2=A0HTMLInfoPanel.<pan= elid>=C2=A0:
|InfoPanel.info||The label text = to be shown as panel label above the contents|
|HtmlInfoPanel.info||The HTML-formatted text to be shown as panel content, unless = a file resource is used (see above).|