Project info for TrackBrowser

Share This Created 22 Jan 2003 at 15:27 UTC by salmoni.



A web browser designed for web usability research, TrackBrowser can log a list of users actions including which buttons they pressed, when they pressed them, and which URL was involved. It runs only on MS Windows as it embeds an instance of Internet Explorer into a wxPython frame. It may work under OS X, but I don't know as I don't have a nice Mac to test it on. The project is just about finished, and the code is there for anyone to mess around with.

License: GPL

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