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  1. #1
    Alan Shiers Guest

    multi Window container

    Hi there:
    Does anyone know of an existing program, or how to create one, that
    would act as a container for browser windows? Regardless of whether it
    was containing IE or Netscape?

    I just had this idea that a person should be able to display, on a
    split screen, up to four browser windows at the same time. The
    advantage of this became clear to me recently as I've started watching
    the stock market. I have an invested interest in the stocks of several
    companies. I subscribe to a service on the Net that provides Real-Time
    charts for any stock available on the stock exchange. The thing is, I
    have a seperate window for every chart being shown and I have to keep
    flipping from one window to the next to see what each one is doing.

    It would be great just to see all of the charts on the monitor
    simultaneously.

    Any and all suggestions welcome.

    Regards,

    Alan Shiers


  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: multi Window container

    Just get yourself a copy of the Opera browser. It does windows like that, I
    believe.

    PC2

    Alan Shiers <jshiers@hfx.eastlink.ca> wrote in message
    news:3A76ED06.58664C04@hfx.eastlink.ca...
    > Hi there:
    > Does anyone know of an existing program, or how to create one, that
    > would act as a container for browser windows? Regardless of whether it
    > was containing IE or Netscape?
    >
    > I just had this idea that a person should be able to display, on a
    > split screen, up to four browser windows at the same time. The
    > advantage of this became clear to me recently as I've started watching
    > the stock market. I have an invested interest in the stocks of several
    > companies. I subscribe to a service on the Net that provides Real-Time
    > charts for any stock available on the stock exchange. The thing is, I
    > have a seperate window for every chart being shown and I have to keep
    > flipping from one window to the next to see what each one is doing.
    >
    > It would be great just to see all of the charts on the monitor
    > simultaneously.
    >
    > Any and all suggestions welcome.
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > Alan Shiers
    >




  3. #3
    noname Guest

    Re: multi Window container


    Alan Shiers <jshiers@hfx.eastlink.ca> wrote:
    >Hi there:
    > Does anyone know of an existing program, or how to create one, that
    >would act as a container for browser windows? Regardless of whether it
    >was containing IE or Netscape?
    >
    > I just had this idea that a person should be able to display, on a
    >split screen, up to four browser windows at the same time. The
    >advantage of this became clear to me recently as I've started watching
    >the stock market. I have an invested interest in the stocks of several
    >companies. I subscribe to a service on the Net that provides Real-Time
    >charts for any stock available on the stock exchange. The thing is, I
    >have a seperate window for every chart being shown and I have to keep
    >flipping from one window to the next to see what each one is doing.
    >
    >It would be great just to see all of the charts on the monitor
    >simultaneously.
    >
    >Any and all suggestions welcome.
    >
    >Regards,
    >
    >Alan Shiers
    >


    Save the 4 urls and write a frameset.


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