Browser only?

#1

Is Wick a browser only or can be used as separate program out of Chrome?
I teach little kids and I find Wick very userfriendly and interesting, but having it in google chrome distracts them sometimes, as they want to open other websites and so on.
Any suggestions?

Thank in advance! :)

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#2

yeah, it’s browser only.

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#3

Just wanted to add, in case, someday, someone else is wondering the same thing. I found a way to use Wick in separate window, without the address bar on it.

  1. Navigate to the webpage
  2. Click menu (three dots) —> More Tools —> Create shortcut…
  3. Check “Open as window” and press “Create” Button
  4. This should open the webpage in a New Window and add shortcut of it on the desktop.

Now I can run it as a separate app. It’s not science but it helped me a lot with the kids :)

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#4

does instructions
WHAT KIND OF BLACK MAGIC IS THIS

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#5

holy what the crap it actually works
@yazoozay you are an absolute legend

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#6

I only forgot to mention that this instruction is for Google Chrome.

I’m glad it works for you too :)

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#7

great idea, thanks

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