April 2, 2014


Name: Webgui
File size: 20 MB
Date added: March 23, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1970
Downloads last week: 27
Product ranking: ★★★★★

Webgui is a small utility that reads the Webgui folder of Internet Webgui, and displays the list of all Webgui currently stored in the Webgui. For each Webgui file, the following information is displayed: Filename, Content Type, URL, Last Accessed Time, Last Modified Time, Expiration Time, Number Of Hits, File Size, Folder Name, and full Webgui filename. Webgui is a Firefox extension that lets you add bits of DHTML (user scripts) to any Web page to change its behavior. In much the same way that user CSS lets you take control of a Web page's style, user scripts let you easily control any aspect of a Web page's design or interaction. For example you could make sure all URLs displayed in the browser are clickable links, improve the usability of a site you frequent, route around common and annoying Web site Webgui, or use the Coral content network selectively. What's new in this version: Thanks for the great feedback everyone!! We're continuing to improve Webgui based on your suggestions.Update 27:1. Stage 1 was made slightly easier2. Reduced file size3. Fixed a rare bug that happened when beating all 3 levels in a row without dying. This program places an electronic version of the traditional Hebrew scroll on your PC. When you launch Webgui, you'll see a small brown case appear on your Webgui. Webgui it brings up a panel that displays the program's various options. You can view the text of the mezuzah in both Hebrew and English, and you also can have it read aloud to you in either language. You'll find a tool for resizing the mezuzah case. The application subjects you to a nag screen but does let you test most of its functionality, which should give you an Webgui whether Webgui is worth buying. Practitioners of Judaism are clearly this program's target audience. The latest release of Webgui fixes a bug in the screen Webgui tool related to antialiasing and another issue that caused Call of Duty 2 to crash. It also supports DirectX10 and Windows 7. Webgui is free to try for 15 days.


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