Headlines MDI is a GRML, CSV, or text delimited file and web browser. It uses a list box to display file and web pages. It supports (hyper-)linking, thumbnails, and input controls. There is a workspace, workspace explorer, navigation history, history window, details window, and picture window.
The workspace contains browser windows for viewing different files and web pages. The workspace explorer allows navigation of these browser windows. Navigation history is the history of all file and web page requests submitted. The history window loads and saves file and web page requests. The details window displays information about browser windows, files, and web pages. The picture window is a resizable window for displaying images.
There is GRML 2.0 support. This is the smallest, easiest to parse, and easiest to read version available. File sizes are smaller, there are more formatting options, and options to make the markup langauge more human-readable. Data corruption is minimized. GRML supports a "name" in its syntax. This supports dimensions in a file or web page. Viewing multiple files, or web pages (such as search results, product listings, or news headlines) is possible in one file or web page using a dimension for each. To create a dimension, content is given a "name". A drop-down list displays the available content by "name". To view desired content, select its "name" in the drop-down list for display.
The display of GRML, CSV, or text-delimited files or web pages includes a thumbnail and text description. Display product listings, headlines, or search engine results using the list box.
When a file or web page is displayed, the content supports modification through deletion. Remove anything unwanted and save the new file or web page.
Supporting multiple file and web formats, files and web pages are saved in different ways. Read GRML and save in CSV or text delimited formats. Or, read CSV or text delimited and save GRML. Read. Display. Edit. Save.