On Mon, 25 March 2002, "Kirsten Carroll" wrote:
The sacbee.com Story Toolbar -- "With browser and internet technologies advancing, Web sites are becoming more like applications. Taking this into account, sacbee.com has developed the Story Toolbar. The idea was to combine several different functions into one compact area that is unobtrusive and easy for users to access." (Comments: Take a look at a story on sacbee.com to see the toolbar in action.)
This is kind of cool, and seems to work well. Have a peek. :)
The tool-tips are gorgeous (good-looking JIT feedback); however, they don't seem to work in Netscape.
I already have a similar snippet for MonDoc, which does work under Netscape . Now imagine being able to choose:
Imagine all that and you'll begin to understand what MonDoc is about.
Yes, it takes imagination, because MonDoc is a tool:
There will never be a 'definitive MonDocument', because MonDocuments are personal and the users can change them to fit their own purposes.
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