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- 2009-07-19: v0.3.2
- 2009-04-26: v0.3
- 2009-04-13: v0.2.3
- 2009-04-12: v0.2.2
- 2009-04-11: v0.2.1
- 2009-04-10: v0.2
- 2009-04-06: v0.1
Your life on one page
Minor fix to get it working with Firefox 3.5
This verions adds the ability to have multiple layouts, and open multiple Foxden windows, each with a different layout.
v0.3 has a bug which prevents it working if it's your first install of Foxden. Please use 0.3.1
v0.2.1 - v0.2.3
- v0.2.3: Maximize option is gone, Foxden remembers how and where it was when you closed it. On Windows, the window is resizable.
- v0.2.2: Now respects your preference to open links in a new tab, instead of always opening a new window.
- v0.2.1: Bug fix. Local file editing on Windows now works.
v0.2This version adds:
- Right-click context menu
- Hover tooltips (important for reading xkcd!)
- Zoom (Ctrl +, Ctrl -)
- A Reset menu option in case you bork your layout config
Foxden allows you to tile several webapps on one page. An example says it best. Click the image below to see what my setup looks like:
As you can see, I have (counter clockwise from top left) my email, calendar, feed reader, todo list and a local text file for taking notes.
Foxden has an extremely simple language that allows you to split up a window into rows and columns and put a different webapp in each. That's it.
The idea is to have a dashboard of your online life, a personal information radiator, where you can see what's going on at a glance. No more switching back and forth between all your webapps.
After it installs, go To Tools and select Foxden.
Tested on Firefox 3 and 2.5 on Ubuntu Linux and Windows XP SP3.
Configure - it's easy!
The online help with details on how to configure it is here,
and will display when you first start Foxden:
Does it work for you? Is it useful? Is it broken? Let me know: firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to improve / enhance it? Get the source code and hack away!
- View the source using the CVS web interface
- Check out the source using anonymous CVS with the following commands (password is guest):
cvs -d :pserver:email@example.com:/cvs login cvs -z3 -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs co foxden/src foxden/www