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Customization

There are a variety of ways in which you can customize Visual Explorer to suit your needs, including the following:

Tab Views - you can arrange web page tabs and tile or cascade web page windows using the tab options

Menus and Toolbars - you can customize the menus and toolbars in Visual Explorer for faster access to commonly performed tasks

Media Filter - instantly block a variety of web page content from images, Flash animations and sounds to potentially harmful scripts and ActiveX applications

Cloaking Device - when enabled, the Cloaking Device will make Visual Explorer semi transparent so that casual observers cannot snoop on your browsing activities, particularly useful when entering personal or credit card related data online

Search Bar - quickly perform searches, just by typing a few words into the Visual Explorer search bar. Easily add your favorite search engines and other key sites (e.g. Ebay, Facebook etc)

Themes and Skins - you can easily customize the look and feel of Visual Explorer with one of the pre-installed themes or by loading a custom skin

Keyboard Shortcuts - you can accomplish tasks you perform frequently faster using shortcut keys - one or more keys you press on the keyboard to complete a task

Mouse Gestures - the mouse-oriented equivalent of keyboard shortcuts is mouse gestures. A mouse gesture is a way of combining mouse movements and clicks which Visual Explorer recognizes as a specific command

Add-ons - with its support for Internet Explorer add-ons, you can improve your browsing experience with Visual Explorer by adding additional functionality

Managing Add-ons

Add-ons, also known as ActiveX controls, browser extensions, browser helper objects, or toolbars can improve your browsing experience by adding additional functionality to Visual Explorer. They can also provide enhanced interaction with associated websites, such as the Google Toolbar add-on and the Google website.

Visual Explorer has been designed to support Internet Explorer add-ons.

There are thousands of Internet Explorer based add-ons available from resources such as download.cnet.com and ieaddons.com but please be aware - some add-ons can cause your computer to stop responding or display content that you don't want, such as pop-up ads. Therefore, it is always a good idea to read the user reviews about a particular add-on before deciding whether to install it or not.
Add-ons Dialog

You can also enable add-ons by selecting the Manage Add-ons button located on the status bar.


Keyboard Dialog
Keyboard Shortcuts
You can quickly accomplish tasks you perform frequently by using shortcut keys - one or more keys you press on the keyboard to complete a task. You can use the pre-defined shortcuts or create your own.
Mouse Gestures
The mouse-oriented equivalent of keyboard shortcuts is mouse gestures. A mouse gesture is a way of combining mouse movements and clicks which Visual Explorer recognizes as a specific command.
For example, with mouse gestures enabled, you could navigate to the previously viewed page by pressing the left mouse button, moving the mouse briefly to the left, then releasing the button.
Menus and Toolbars
You can customize the menus and toolbars in Visual Explorer to best suit your needs, including the following:

Add and remove buttons and menus on toolbars

Create your own custom toolbars

Hide or display toolbars

Move toolbars

Toolbars can be moved to any position within Visual Explorer, except for the Tab Bar, which can be docked at the top or bottom of the screen.
Themes and Skins

You can quickly and easily customize the look and feel of Visual Explorer with one of the pre-installed themes or by loading a custom skin.

The appearance of Visual Explorer, in terms of its Graphical User Interface (GUI), can be modified to suit the different tastes of its users by applying a custom skin.

In addition to the default skins that may be found on your computer (commonly found in C:\Windows\Resources\Themes or similar), any Microsoft based .msstyles visual style file or CodeJock based .cjstyles file can be loaded and used within Visual Explorer making the possibilities endless with how the application can be skinned.

On the right is a selection of skin designs that were created by 3rd party authors and their associated web page links. It is important to note that these authors are in no way affiliated with Visual Explorer.
AES
aes
Thallos
Thallos
Fresco
Fresco
Tiger 2
Tiger 2
Kuantum
Kuantum
Sustenance

Aluminium Alloy
Aluminium Alloy
Studio28 v3
Studio 28 V3
iTunes v1.5
iTunes V1.5



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