"Desktop-embedded" Web browser, displays webpages in fullscreen mode. Made with Cocoa.
Apparently the browser seems to open ONLY websites in Japaneese. Like the home page for example (Apple's japaneese homepage). Anything else it won't open. Do I need a file for languages?
Why do I want my desktop to be a limited feature web browser when I have a full blown browser like Safari or whatever else running? Is it just an exercise in transparency or does it have a point I cant see?
I think reviews have nothing to do with whatever it is one wants, but with the suitability and proficiency of the applications regarding its supposed/actual goal(s).
If you don't want a full-screen browser, simply don't use one, don't even download one and try it.
It would be stupid if I reviewed a XML editor if I don't want one. What would I say? "Don't even bother downloading it for I don't want to use it"?
Anyway, I'm sure the previous poster won't ever get the point of this comment.
Wow! If you open this up, and then switch to another program, the desktop will turn to the website you last visited. I can now have Google as my desktop! Whenever I want to make a quick search, I press Command+Tab and switch to NagaraBrowser. This is really neat!
Try iBrowser, it is Savvy ones...
OK, I said, forget the "japanese only" manual... I will just utake this baby for a spin. Here is my take:
Why? Couldn't you just use Safari in kiosk mode? I'm not slamming the program as it seems to work as advertised and it IS free, I just don't need something like this... but that's just me.
ok... how about the fact that Safari does not have a built-in kiosk mode?
Saft? 10 bucks.
Good app so far, it would be nice to have keyboard control. For example, "left arrow": back, "right arrow": forward, "up arrow": reload, "down arrow": stop, and maybe "space" would bring up the "control" box. Also, if the control box hid as soon as you clicked one of the controls that would make navigation easier.
Very cool! Works well. Only thing is that any URL you put in requires the "http://" or it won't go there...a little annoying, but besides that it's sweet!
i like it... it has not crashed on me yet (about an hour of usage), and it's free.
ho ho ho
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