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#11394 19-Jan-2007 22:38
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Hi everyone,
I'd just like to let you all know about some new software that has been developed. SWOOT.
SWOOT enables you to create your own browser, using a series of images, and a SIMPLE scripting language (that can literally be learnt in just one hour!)

Download the SWOOT Plugin here: (http://www.cnet.com.au/downloads/0,...0579737s,00.htm)


Note:
SWOOT uses Internet Explorer as a backend, so you must have this installed.

Not only will you be able to create your own browser, but you'll also be able to use browsers other people have created themselves!
It gives you a more fun and creative internet experience!

I CHALLENGE you to create your OWN browser!

I also will endevour to answer any questions you have about SWOOT, although I don't know everything!

(To view a browser I've created, simply download the plugin at the above URL, and then download and unzip this file:
http://www.arksonline.net/browser/browser.zip)

Thanks,

-Ahren.

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#58396 19-Jan-2007 23:42
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Interesting... What's your relationship with Swoot? Part of the team? Also, any additional program installed with Swoot?






 

 

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  #58397 19-Jan-2007 23:57
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Hi,

No I'm not really part of the team, I'm not sure how to clearly define my relationship with SWOOT.

SWOOT is looking to set up offices here to cope with NZ and Australia's demand, and my job is to encourage their movement into this region, by showing that people from here are capable of handling new technologies.

There are no other products bundled with SWOOT, just the TAC Remote (found at the above URL), and then a .bob file (usually about half a kilobyte) for each browser you download.

Current browsers in construction include MTV, COCA-COLA and HEINEKIN (& more).

I hope this has been of help to you,

-Ahren.

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