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I have a client who would like to be able to have a screen on the wall of his public area that scrolls thru various live sites. eg weather forecast, news, share prices etc.
Does anybody know of a way or a script or something that could do this?
IE7 in full screen mode would be ideal.

Many thanks

Chris
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