(h)iStoryboard
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(h)iStoryboard can load and show a configurable amount of pages from the URL's found in Safari history The URL's list can be refreshed and the pages reduced in number by adding filter conditions based on the information present in the history All loaded pages are shown at once as a tabloid and are live resizeble Pages can be concurrently navigated in place or let be loaded in Safari Pages tool tips show each URL and the last visited URL is shown in the palette The mini-pages have their links and hot spots active, which allow to navigate them in place; by clicking in any other inactive part of the
What's New
Version 1.7: A control palette allows to filter the URL upon several criteria and a new customizeble list of URL's types is added to avoid the fetching of not interesting pages thus reducing RAM and CPU usage
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.3 or later, Safari.







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ad3k commented on 30 Mar 2006
Yeah, I don't quite get it. I'm not sure it has a use on my computer.
It started playing a cheeesy midi file after a minute of having it open. I don't think I ever want a software to start playing music.
Nice try.
[Version 1.7]

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Smactron replied on 12 Jan 2007
I think that file you heard was one of the websites in your history being loaded by (h)iStoryboard.
Anyways, no updates since 2005. Are these guys still around?
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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Sep 2005
conceptually its a good idea but it has no value what so ever outside of safari, people are not going to use this in its current state.

There is far to much interesting eye candy on OSX, what would be useful, and you seem to have the skills is a history in safari that groups sites up like explorer, this would be far far more useful than little pictures in a separate application.
[Version 1.0]

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Anonymous commented on 26 Oct 2005
I like this idea to have a visual trace of my web browsing -- great! I'm using Safari only anyways, so I'll check out (h)iStoryboard right now. And 3 Euros is a darn good price too :-) THANK YOU!!
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Downloads:12,228
Version Downloads:8,507
Type:Internet : Browsers
License:Shareware
Date:05 Nov 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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(h)iStoryboard can load and show a configurable amount of pages from the URL's found in Safari history The URL's list can be refreshed and the pages reduced in number by adding filter conditions based on the information present in the history All loaded pages are shown at once as a tabloid and are live resizeble Pages can be concurrently navigated in place or let be loaded in Safari Pages tool tips show each URL and the last visited URL is shown in the palette The mini-pages have their links and hot spots active, which allow to navigate them in place; by clicking in any other inactive part of the pages and then hitting return the pages are loaded in Safari For reducing the number of pages and better focus the search (and consequently reduce bandwidth, memory and CPU usage) conditionals can be set and the resulting selection can be further reduced by deciding an arbitrary amount of pages out of the first matching URL's The selected conditions are cumulative, eventually each condition can be negated by setting corresponding NOT checkboxes (h)iStoryboard only shows pages for URL's types you decide and replacing any other with a placeholder, but still lets load the replaced page in Safari


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