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Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Scopeware

Doesn't look clear on rereading.  Here is the whole thought.
The pages in a string relate to each other.  The author's intended relationship 
would be revealed by embedded numbers (purple?).  The blue web would reveal 
these links (default first level only).  Clicking on either the number or the 
link would take you there. Also useful is back button and show path followed 
like waypoints on a navigation map.  GER    (01)

Gerald Pierce wrote:
> Does not work with Mozilla 1.1 either.  I realize that one must start 
> somewhere, but I hope that it is taken beyond just another vote for 
> Uncle Bill's Microhoards.  Imagine a command like "show direct links" 
> that created a blueline web from the active page to other pages of the 
> group onscreen.  I am very visually oriented so that would beat a list 
> or at least suppliment one.
> Gerald L. Pierce qeds
> Garold (Gary) L. Johnson wrote:
>> I tried the demo. Opera 6.0 won't handle it. IE does.
>> If you elect to view a Word document after selecting it, there is no 
>> way to
>> close the frame and return to the previous location in the stream. 
>> Using the
>> Back button gets the stream reset to the beginning - most annoying for a
>> long stream.
>> Both web pages appear to work correctly.
>> Trying to view pdf crashed my system.
>> It would require a fair amount more work to convince me that the system
>> would work for a really long stream. Hopefully a good search system 
>> with the
>> ability to add classification information to files exists that will make
>> large collections more accessible.
>> Thanks,
>> Garold (Gary) L. Johnson
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: owner-ba-unrev-talk@bootstrap.org
>> [mailto:owner-ba-unrev-talk@bootstrap.org]On Behalf Of stephen white
>> Sent: Saturday, October 12, 2002 9:43 AM
>> To: ba-unrev-talk@bootstrap.org
>> Subject: [ba-unrev-talk] Scopeware
>> This links to a Java demo page that shows what David Gelernter has been
>> up to...
>> http://www.scopeware.com/SwopeDemo/demo_frameset.html
>> This is definitely going the way I think, so it will be interesting to
>> read his books. I hope there's some room left for me to be original. :)
>> -- 
>>    spwhite@chariot.net.au
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