Browser tools for SEPIA open-source, voice-assistant framework.
SEPIA is an open-source, digital voice-assistant that runs on your own server, e.g. at home on a Raspberry Pi. The SEPIA cross-platform client that connects to your server works nicely as a stand-alone app in Chrome's kiosk mode (think of it as a smart-speaker with display), but this mode has no control buttons for browser tabs (obviously). This extensions simply adds 2 additional functions to better handle kiosk mode apps: - Switch the user-agent to Chrome mobile or any custom string - Show/hide an additional navigation bar overlay (excluding localhosts) to close tabs More functions might be added over time as needed ;-) The extension is open-source (like anything in SEPIA) and the code can be found here: https://github.com/SEPIA-Framework/sepia-browser-extensions Have fun and don't forget to check-out SEPIA open assistant :-) https://sepia-framework.github.io/ or: https://github.com/SEPIA-Framework/sepia-docs
- (2019-03-08) Florian Quirin: Neat, simple and does what it says.
- (2019-03-08) Handy for small screens in kiosk mode.