NagaraBrowser
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Simple fullscreen Web browser.   Free
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"Desktop-embedded" Web browser, displays webpages in fullscreen mode. Made with Cocoa.
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS 10.2 or later, Safari 1.0 or later








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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Feb 2004
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?
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 25 Aug 2004
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.
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Peter Valencia commented on 08 Dec 2003
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!
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Dec 2003
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.
[Version 1.0.1]

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Anonymous commented on 08 Dec 2003
ok... how about the fact that Safari does not have a built-in kiosk mode?

Saft? 10 bucks.
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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Dec 2003
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.
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Dec 2003
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!
[Version 1.0.1]


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Anonymous reviewed on 08 Dec 2003
i like it... it has not crashed on me yet (about an hour of usage), and it's free.

ho ho ho
[Version 1.0.1]


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Downloads:5,636
Version Downloads:2,407
Type:Internet : Browsers
License:Free
Date:08 Dec 2003
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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