TenFour boxes are billiant for all sorts of reasons...

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27 Nov, 2017 12:26 PM

I am a big fan of the TENFOURFOX boxes. I have some suggestions for users (and based on its limitations) of only having one box open at a time, I find I can reserves one box for my favourite radio station - ClassicFM - (insert another radio station of your choice here) but you can simply shrink the box to the corner of your screen for playback whilst still using your TENFOUR browser. Brilliant! and then you can do so much more, for instance I can make 'mini-applications' of online web pages without the distractions of the usual browser settings and run it at full speed. This I think is an under-used ability that is probably unique to TENFOURFOX and the PPC, in effect you can make your own 'online apps' simply by making a TENFOUR Box. Here are two of mine, one of which I have changed the icon to fit in with the APP construction. To do that you 'GET INFO' on package and then drop in an image into the image well top left on PREVIEW pop up. Simple but effective and I use it everyday.

Example here (zip file). http://www.art-services.co.uk/filechute/TwoFoxBoxes(zipped).zip

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Cameron Kaiser on 28 Nov, 2017 02:07 AM

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    Thanks for the kind word! I'm glad you find it useful. Yes, making your own "apps" works well in it.

    I should also point out that you can have multiple foxboxes open as long as they aren't the same foxbox. For example, you can copy the foxbox to a different file name, and then you can open that simultaneously.

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