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« on: April 23, 2005, 04:11:07 PM »

Christians Unite Toolbar for Internet Explorer:

Click here for more details:
http://toolbar.christiansunite.com/

If you click the link, you will see a graphic display of what's available on this new toolbar.

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ADD POWER to your browser with the ChristiansUnite Toolbar!

    * Popdown menus allow fast access to the main areas of ChristiansUnite.
    * Fully customizable toolbar integrates right into your web browser.
    * Quick access to Bible Study and Bible Search utilities.
    * Eliminate annoying pop-ups when surfing the Web.
    * Search the web in several ways from any site.
    * Customizable search features.
    * Integrated search engine.
    * Much much more...

   System Requirements:
Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0+
Pop-up blocker requires Internet Explorer 5.5+

    * Keep a search history in a drop-down list under the search box.
    * Automatic update to the latest toolbar version.
    * Personal toolbar appearance customization.
    * Much much more...

    * Customize the search drop-down menu to show from one to five different search options.
    * Drag and drop any word on any page to our search box and automatically search.
    * Highlight current search terms on any page.
    * The best utilities at your fingertips.
    * Uninstalls easily, at any time.
    * No SPYWARE or ADWARE.
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« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2005, 04:56:04 PM »

Christians Unite Toolbar for Internet Explorer:

Click here for more details:
http://toolbar.christiansunite.com/

If you click the link, you will see a graphic display of what's available on this new toolbar.

ChristiansUnite Toolbar
Information!

ADD POWER to your browser with the ChristiansUnite Toolbar!

    * Popdown menus allow fast access to the main areas of ChristiansUnite.
    * Fully customizable toolbar integrates right into your web browser.
    * Quick access to Bible Study and Bible Search utilities.
    * Eliminate annoying pop-ups when surfing the Web.
    * Search the web in several ways from any site.
    * Customizable search features.
    * Integrated search engine.
    * Much much more...

   System Requirements:
Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0+
Pop-up blocker requires Internet Explorer 5.5+

    * Keep a search history in a drop-down list under the search box.
    * Automatic update to the latest toolbar version.
    * Personal toolbar appearance customization.
    * Much much more...

    * Customize the search drop-down menu to show from one to five different search options.
    * Drag and drop any word on any page to our search box and automatically search.
    * Highlight current search terms on any page.
    * The best utilities at your fingertips.
    * Uninstalls easily, at any time.
    * No SPYWARE or ADWARE.

Brother Tom. This toolbar looks really good. Do you know if there are any plans in the future for this tool bar to be adapted so that it will be able function on other browsers like firefox and opera? It sure would be nice for us folks who do not use IE as there default browser.

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« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2005, 07:59:55 PM »

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Brother Tom. This tool bar looks really good. Do you know if there are any plans in the future for this tool bar to be adapted so that it will be able function on other browsers like firefox and opera? It sure would be nice for us folks who do not use IE as there default browser.

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Joey,

Brother, you and I are in the same boat. I use Firefox 1.03 as my primary browser. I visit the site for new extensions to Firefox on a fairly frequent basis. If I remember correctly, there is an excellent Bible Search tool bar for Firefox. I didn't install it because I usually have a complete Bible study package running in the background all of the time. It's called e-Sword, and I have immediate access to many outstanding Bible tools immediately.

I might or might not understand exactly how new extensions are added to Firefox. I'm not sure which programming language is used for the extensions, but they all seem to be very small, fast, and elegant. I actually think that some Firefox guru who knows the language of the extension takes a function for IE and re-writes it from the ground up to be used in Firefox.

Brother Joey, I really don't know if there are any plans to port the new Christians Unite tool bar over to Firefox, but I'll try to find out. I've never tried Opera, but I understand it isn't compatible at all with utilities for IE. Firefox is also not compatible with most of them. I think that both require a complete re-write by a Opera guru or a Firefox guru, and they probably have to get permission before they do it.

Brother, I'll try to get back with you.

Love In Christ,
Tom

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« Reply #3 on: May 06, 2005, 02:31:35 PM »

Brother Tom

Thank you for your detailed answer. I will just keep looking out for when a announcment is made saying the toolbar is avaliable for firefox. Hows that for optimism?  Grin
I think that as browsers like firefox become more popular, and their is no doubt that they are, program developers will start making these programs for them.
Thanks once again for the answer.

Joey
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« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2005, 12:09:50 AM »

Brother Tom

Thank you for your detailed answer. I will just keep looking out for when a announcment is made saying the toolbar is avaliable for firefox. Hows that for optimism?  Grin
I think that as browsers like firefox become more popular, and their is no doubt that they are, program developers will start making these programs for them.
Thanks once again for the answer.

Joey
I will be waiting for the announcment, as well.
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« Reply #5 on: May 30, 2005, 06:57:27 PM »

Yikes I tired this and downloaded it. It didn't work on my IE or my FireFox nothing.. Oh well no loss I don't like IE at all!!
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« Reply #6 on: May 31, 2005, 06:14:00 AM »

KristiAnn,

I use Firefox, so I haven't tried it. I know that many are using it, so maybe you missed something in the install.

Love In Christ,
Tom

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