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eboxy 0.4.1

eboxy is a small Linux application for building user interfaces.


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Total downloads: 60
  • Last Updated: Aug 23, 2010
  • License: GPL Free
  • OS: Linux/BSD
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For eboxy 0.4.1Publisher's description


eboxy is a Scripts software developed by Paul Eggleton. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for eboxy:

BrothersoftEditor: eboxy is a small Linux application for building user Interfaces for set-top boxes, suitable for use on a TV. It reads an XML file describing a simple GUI consisting of pages and widgets, and displays it on the screen.

* Fully themable / skinnable simple GUI interface system
* Control using a mouse, keyboard, Joystick, or (optional) infra-red remote via LIRC
* JPEG, GIF, PNG (with ALPHA transparency) and many other image formats supported
* TrueType font support (independent of X fonts)
* Plugin extension system
* Simple scripting language for events (button click, PaGE load etc.)
* Uses SDL for graphics (output to X11, framebuffer, GGI, etc.)
* Full-screen or windowed display under X

eboxy is designed as an extensible and customisable core upon which many different types of systems may be built. eboxy is not just for set-top boxes - it can be used anywhere where a simple GUI or menu system is required. It has already been used in the following applications:

* Information kiosk
* Movie production clip previewing

Its plugin system and simple scripting language allow you to specify the behaviour of the interface, and can even be used to construct the GUI at run time. See the plugins page to get an idea of the capabilities available through plugins.
you can free download eboxy 0.4.1 now.


Please be aware that Brothersoft do not supply any crack, patches, serial numbers or keygen for eboxy,and please consult directly with program authors for any problem with eboxy.