Also found this which seems to suggest it does (or did):
This is a discussion on Does Chrome support ActiveX? within the Plugins Troubleshooting section, part of the Chrome Plugins category: Hi there, Can chrome host an ActiveX element using <embed> or <object> tags? I have done some searching and reports ...
Can chrome host an ActiveX element using <embed> or <object> tags?
I have done some searching and reports vary. Some seem to indicate that it once did, but now it doesn't seem to.
If I do aboutlugins I can't see any mention of ActiveX.
And if I put -allow-all-activex on command line it doesn't appear to make any difference.
I don't think Chrome supports ActiveX for the time being
Thanks - sulanso.
Has anyone seen any mention of when or if this will be likely?
It had a partial implementation at one point, I believe. They at least had a plug-in claiming to support it. But that was only on Windows. I don't know if they'll ever support it fully though.
Last edited by Waha; 09-17-2009 at 10:12 PM.