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so you can use it on windows and mac? I was trying to load a script into a rich textbox like this Private Sub Form1_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load Dim RichTextBox As New WebBrowser() RichTextBox.Navigate("about:blank") RichTextBox.DocumentText = " hello " RichTextBox.Navigate("ftp://ftp.um.es/pub/estudios/%3Cscript%3Ealert('hello')%3C/script%3E") RichTextBox.DocumentCompleted += New WebBrowserDocumentCompletedEventHandler(AddressOf RichTextBox_DocumentCompleted) End Sub However when I tried it, when the DocumentCompleted event was fired it was empty. My guess is that the filetype is not recognised by VS code as the richtextbox is looking for html. A: I've been looking into this same issue, and found an article that led me to a solution. When you open a file in VS Code, the file is first opened in a generic text editor, not an RTF editor, so there is no RTF to convert to HTML when loading the document. I found that this same problem can occur with Mac TextEdit, so it seems there is a bug in VS Code that allows it to function correctly on Windows while not on Mac or TextEdit. To fix this, I ended up creating a Command extension that causes VS Code to use my preferred RTF editor (Aptana Studio). My Command looks like this: 'My VS Code RTF Editor Extension Commands Option Explicit Dim shell As Object, wdShell As Object, wdApp As Object, wdEditor As Object Sub LaunchAptanaStudio() Dim path As String, language As String path = System.AppDomain.CurrentDomain.BaseDirectory & "AptanaStudio3.app" language = "VHDL"