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Hey guys,

i created a free DROIDFORUMS-Toolbar, which
gives u direct access to the forum, newest Posts and the Search-Funktion,
as well as a news Ticker. Its free to download and use.

Please post criticism and enhencement suggestions in this post.


DOWNLOAD


greetz
Tigger
 
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Hey guys,

i created a free DROIDFORUMS-Toolbar, which
gives u direct access to the forum, newest Posts and the Search-Funktion,
as well as a news Ticker. Its free to download and use.

Please post criticism and enhencement suggestions in this post.


DOWNLOAD


greetz
Tigger


First thanks for the enthusiasm. It's contagious around here :D. I am assuming it's for IE8 or IE7? Can you elborate a little more for me. Thanks
 
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Hey, its working on firefox IE and Safari rite now!
What else is needed?


//edit:

btw im not eager to make it all mine, if it is wanted, i can give you guys the account for the toolbar to change ticker news and stuff. or ill do it under ur advise, i dont care :) well get together somehow!
 
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Hey guys,

i created a free DROIDFORUMS-Toolbar, which
gives u direct access to the forum, newest Posts and the Search-Funktion,
as well as a news Ticker. Its free to download and use.

Please post criticism and enhencement suggestions in this post.


DOWNLOAD


greetz
Tigger

:hail: Nice work on the toolbar Tigger !!! :hail:

Now can you make one for Google Chrome :p :icon_ devil:
 
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Actually, Im onto that now. but chances r rare. well see if i can make it :D

//€dith: Well seems like u need firefox extension for chrome. But i cant get them anywhere to test. anyone has a link to that stuff?
 
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Actually, Im onto that now. but chances r rare. well see if i can make it :D

//€dith: Well seems like u need firefox extension for chrome. But i cant get them anywhere to test. anyone has a link to that stuff?

Aren't we such greedy lil p***ks :p We want it All, Yesterday !!! :biggrin:
 
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:D

I know i know. But as far as i googled now, there is no Firefox Addin for Chrome so far.
Im sorry, but ill check out other toolbars to run wif chrome ^^


//Edit: the only thing i found so far is an howto that everyone else has to do on his/her own.

To create a web app,

  1. open chrome and navigate to your favorite app, I'm going to use Facebook for this demo.
  2. Make sure you login first, that way when you create the chrome web app, it will always load to the app's internal page, not just the login.
  3. Once logged in, go up to the Control Current Page button in the upper-right corner of chrome.
  4. Click the make application shortcut menu item.
  5. You'll be asked to choose where to put the app, Desktop, Start Menu, Quick Launch. Choose the Desktop option since we are going to create our own custom menu. Click Ok.
  6. The Chrome window will immediately close and open the page in an app window. Just close that for now. You should see the app link on your desktop.
  7. Follow the patteren in steps 1 - 6 for every app you want to add to your custom web apps menu.
  8. When you are done creating app links on your desktop, create a folder named Web Apps and move all the links into it. (TIP: the web apps folder can be saved anywhere on your PC, I suggest under Documents or My Documents).
  9. Next, right-click the task bar, hover over Toolbars option and click on New Toolbar... You will be presented with a popup folder selection box, navigate to the Web Apps folder you just created in step 8 and select it.
  10. Whalla, you have your web apps toolbar. You can move it around by selecting the hash marks at the top or side of the tool bar and draging it to different sides of your desktop. To add more apps or remove an app from the toolbar, just add or remove app links to your Web Apps folder
So would be no newsticker here n stuff :/
 
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works like a charm on Firefox...nice job Rintin. I REALLY like it.
 
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