I'm still trying to figure out a major design problem with Gecko. When the user selects and application in a list, it is then shown in a new form and the user can see it. Information include title, version, developer name, description and up to 3 screenshots. I tried displaying it with the WebBrowser library but since it's based on PIE, it allows users to access their favorites and reach other websites. HTML was perfect but I didn't want imposed scrollbar sizes (20 pixels wide is better for the fingers!) and access to the PIE context menu. By using a panel, a scrollbar, a few labels, image controls and a TEXTBOX for the third control, it would add a scrollbar withing a scrollbar (textbox in panel), unless there is a way to resize a control based on the paragraph size. I like the "no borders" property of textboxex (havn't tried it yet). Anyone care to help me with this one? It pretty much halted development since I want to finish the core before adding new features.