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New Apprunner Screenshots

Tuesday March 16th, 1999

Derick Philips has new screenshots from the March 15th build of Apprunner at Netscaped.net, showing some cool new changes, including a bottom-of-window toolbar.


#1 **WOW**

by -=Yusuf=- <ssym@hippo.ru.ac.za>

Wednesday March 17th, 1999 9:37 AM

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Just finished downloading the March 15 build of Mozilla ... WOW... this new layout is everything I could hope for and more! It's cool, sytlish, non-intrusive, and yet completely intuitive! I love those toolbar buttons! And I was pleasantly surprised when checking out the menu bar .... if the final product has *this* many features (a translator?? You put in a *translator* function?? Cool!), I'm definitely going to put it on top of my "to-get" list!.

But one problem: I'd actually use Mozilla for surfing the Web, (I know it expires in 30 days, and is non-functional, but I'd want to test it), except I go through a proxy. If you could make a build with proxy support in, I can die happy....

But well done on this one, what an interface!! Nice work.

-=Yusuf=-, overexcited and hyperventilating.

#2 Re:New Apprunner Screenshots

by blov.

Wednesday March 17th, 1999 11:18 AM

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If the translator is actually implemented, it would probably be done by using a web-based service like Babelfish. I think the complexity of translating documents would prohibit an internal service.

#3 Re:New Apprunner Screenshots

by Victor Bogado

Wednesday March 17th, 1999 3:25 PM

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It would be nice if you could configure witch translate/filter service you want to use. So the browser would have a button that would send the page being viewed to the service and display the resulting page.

#4 Where

by Kolar <kolar@borgia.com>

Thursday March 18th, 1999 1:24 PM

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Where on the World Wide Web (haven't said that in a while) do I get this build that looks like that????

#5 Re:New Apprunner Screenshots

by jawbone <jlp@ematic.com>

Thursday March 18th, 1999 6:01 PM

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