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Web Apps Without the Browser Interfering

eno2001 (527078) writes | about 6 years ago

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I should have done this initially, but yesterday afternoon I decided to post my question about launching a web mail app without toolbars and other browser junk marring the app feel to the Zimbra forum itself. I got what appears to be theI should have done this initially, but yesterday afternoon I decided to post my question about launching a web mail app without toolbars and other browser junk marring the app feel to the Zimbra forum itself. I got what appears to be the best tip so far. It basically involves making a bookmark with the Javascript itself in it. It works well... I'll have to try it with other web apps too. Maybe I can finally rid the web apps of the browser feel and actually start enjoying things a bit. Damn navigation bars...

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