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  • The program allows the user to control media players from the browser window.
  • To the right of the browser window was a list of people in the room.
  • Some will open links to content in a new browser window.
  • Any track that has been open in a session will remain in the view when the new browser window opens.
  • These results update as the user types, and allows use without having to open another browser window.
  • Consumers could search for artists and listen through a separate browser window.
  • Content could be dragged from the Media Browser window and placed in the open page.
  • The entire game was played inside a web browser window and did not require any additional downloads whilst still available to play.
  • More than one browser window may show the contents of a particular folder simultaneously.
  • The browser window functionality was separated into per-window and global objects.
  • A frame is a subdivision of a Web browser window and can act like a smaller window.
  • The documents can either be viewed online in your browser window or downloaded and saved to your computer's hard drive.
  • AIM Express runs in a pop-up browser window.
  • The following output should be displayed in the browser window.
  • A pop-under ad opens a new browser window under a website visitor's initial browser window.
  • This means that one cannot simply put the URN form into a browser window and arrive at the referenced information.
  • Consequently, each browser window could have only one "tab process".
  • This particular system uses three frames within the single browser window to display the navigation tree, relevant content links, and the content itself.
  • A variation on the pop-up window is the pop-under advertisement, which opens a new browser window hidden under the active window.
  • They usually remain unnoticed until the main browser window is closed or minimized, leaving the user's attention free for the advertisement.
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