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There are several flavors of status line messages available.  The messages are displayed at the bottom of the screen, just above the taskbar (for Windows Internet Explorer users).

Sample of a browser status line message.

Sample 1 One message is displayed, repeatedly.  Text scrolls left from the right end of the status bar.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlock)
Sample 2 One message is displayed, by flashing the message (text is written all at once).  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlock)
Sample 3 One message is displayed in between moving characters.  The message portion does not change or move, however, to left and right of message, motion is caused by character movement.  Characters can move back and forth, in only, or out only.  This is used in our wireless section to suggest radio waves moving out.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlockOpera)
Sample 4 One message is displayed, repeatedly.  Text characters start at far right hand side, are spread out, and move to left.  The distance between characters is reduced as the text reaches the left hand side.  In other words, the text collapses to the left hand side.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based))*Opera
Sample 5 One of several messages is displayed, sequentially, one after another.  Message cycle repeats at end.  Text is written from left to right, starting at the far left hand side.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlockOpera)
Sample 6 Similar to method 5 except message is random.  Messages may repeat or even group within the range but ultimately should be random since the message number is determined by a random number generator.  Text is written from left to right, starting at the far left hand side.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlockOpera)
Sample 7 Text characters start at the far right hand side and slide to the left to build the message.  The message is formed at the left one character at a time.  When all characters have formed the message, the process repeats.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlockOpera)
Sample 8 Text characters start at the far right hand side.  The message is formed at the left one character at a time.  The process does not repeat.  This is similar to Sample 7 except for the repeat but is accomplished slightly different.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlockOpera)
Sample 9 The message starts at the right hand side and scrolls left.  When complete, the process repeats.  This is similar to Sample 1 in that there is only one message except the message darts off faster as it disappears to the left.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlockOpera)
Sample 10 The message starts at the left hand side and types out to the right. When the message has filled the status bar area and more text needs to be shown, the text starts to scroll left so more text can be shown.  When complete, the process repeats.  This is similar to Sample 5 in that there is only one message except the message types out first, then darts off as it disappears to the left.  (Works in Microsoft Windows: Internet ExplorerAvant (Internet Explorer engine based)Deepnet Explorer (Internet Explorer engine based)Maxthon (Internet Explorer engine based)Slim Browser (Internet Explorer engine based)NetscapeMozillaFirefox*K-MeleonFlock)

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