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Virtual Web Operating System Offline( very cool) Answered

my friend made it. it is hard to explane to just see for your self.
http://usedbyte.awardspace.com/projects.html
you should make an account.

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verson 1.2 is out !!! huray!!! there is a lot mre programs on it. still not done.

Ah I downloaded the wrong one last time... -The meebo on the frame in the side is kind of bad because there's not enough space. -The browser should be removed (browser in browser?) -Login seems kind of unnecessary at this point. But what customization options do you have in mind for the future? -I think you should just arrange all of the application icons horizontally at the top of the screen and leave and iframe at the bottom, because popups are unnecessary. Good ideas this might be pretty cool!

1. it is still in developement. 2. the browser is there because it is made that you can save this thing to your memeary stick and take it with you 3. yea at this stage the login is unnessesary. 4. i wil tell bob27.

Yeah, but they're HTML files, which means the computer your using needs a browser to open, so having a browser in the application is redundant.

I don't know... I'll look at it and tell you what I think, but in the meantime, tell your friend to setup SVN :P

I don't see why its called a "Web Operating System"... Heck, all the buttons linked to webpages, so I don't understand why it should be used offline...

It is called "offline" because it is not hosted on the internet, you have to download it to use it yourself.

this is my friends responce beacuse it is done in html

So? That's no excuse.
TiddlyWiki is a 1-page HTML wiki that you can download, and edit offline, all in HTML & JS.

my friend's responce i didn't set up svn because i just wanted to upload it somewhere

you should make a account in the forums there.

It's just a browser in a browser?

no its not done but it is more like a desktop in a browser. it will have all your programs in it and you will be able to save all yur programs in it.

"A open source project that lets you do all your work in your web browser. Then take it with you on your flash drive"... I tried it, but hammering on my lcd made the colors go weird, and when I plugged the table saw into the usb port I got a BSOD.

you should check out the website to