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  1. exscentric

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  2. mcdirector

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    That's pretty cool. Have you downloaded it yet? I wonder how it works in reality ;)
     
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    Cooool ...
     
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    Flashy.....but I'll stick with good ol' Firefox and tabs..... & as good as Google is on occasion I still wouldn't pre-load every hit from a search like that seems to do :)
     
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    Yes, downloaded it and it is flashy to be sure. Not to bad to use, but just getting started. Will take a lot to get me out of fire fox but neat to toy with thus far.

    I suspect they are just getting started. No favorites, no refresh or stop buttons etc. Doesn't remember the window size when you close and reopen, no options I could find, but still pretty neat to play with if you want to take some time.
     
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    I'm more of a Beryl fan for 3D window management.
     
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    looks like it is more flashy than useful.
    Safari has a bounceback button and the Google summaries are better I think.
    Of course that is just my first impression.
     
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    Actually looks a lot like Vista's 3d environment
     
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    Poor man's vista!!

    :laugh:

    It is a memory hog as well - ran it on my 512 m laptop and it works but barely. The small previews are blank :tear:

    Probably won't use it as it is, but with some additions I might.
     

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