Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Mar 2010 13:12 UTC, submitted by Infamy
BeOS & Derivatives BeOS came with a relatively straightforward browser called NetPositive, or Net+ in shorthand. Especially by today's standards, it can hardly do anything more complicated than rendering basic HTML, so it isn't of much use. Luckily, Haiku has a successor now, born out of the HaikuLauncher conceptbrowser we talked about earlier: WebPositive.
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RE[2]: Comment by Kroc
by StephenBeDoper on Thu 4th Mar 2010 16:23 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by Kroc"
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Or better yet make the tabs "panel" dragable around the window just like the haiku menu

Somewhat OT: there was an old (R4, I think) app for BeOS called ActiveApp, it more-or-less did what you described in an application-agnostic way. It was a free-floating vertical tab bar, listing all of the child windows for the currently-active application - clicking one of the tabs/buttons would bring that window to the front.

Sadly, all of the download links seem to be dead so I never got a chance to try it in Haiku.

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RE[3]: Comment by Kroc
by cb88 on Thu 4th Mar 2010 17:41 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by Kroc"
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Well that sounds like it would be replaced by some modification to stack&tile

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RE[3]: Comment by Kroc
by bryanv on Fri 5th Mar 2010 14:20 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by Kroc"
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Deskbar has an expanded view that lists all running windows of the running applications.

One of my weekend hacks from the early naughties that lives on. :-D

Edited 2010-03-05 14:20 UTC

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