browse mode

browse mode

[′brau̇z ‚mōd]
(computer science)
A mode of operation in which data in a document or database are conveniently displayed for rapid, on-screen review.
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Switch from draw to browse mode with a button click.
Citations in browse mode are the entries in the table of contents.
Both courses will be available in a browse mode for students who choose not to take the courses for credit.
Attendees who were unable to take public transportation and instead paid significant parking fees, along with festival entrance fees, may have shifted into browse mode rather than buy mode the minute they entered the festival.
Modules are available in browse mode <https://learn.
View Cards in Browse Mode or Close View -- complete with a card sliding feature to see the previous or next card
Note that the Harvard ManageMentor[R] 10 modules are not available in browse mode, but the upgraded offerings have just been released.
Designed by the award-winning print team, the WIRED Reader goes several steps further, taking advantage of the tablet form factor and enabling readers to explore magazine content using touch gestures, including a zoomed-out browse mode, to see the content of the issue at a glance.
Now you can specify that a FileMaker Script (similar to a spreadsheet macro) will run based on timing or whenever users take a specified action in Browse Mode or Find Mode, such as clicking in a field or exiting a viewing mode.
Thinking Strategically (HBS 138) -- not available in browse mode
Allows readers to use the Browse mode to zoom out and view the visual overlay of New York Times articles, similar to browsing the print edition.
The four continuous learning modules are available either for continuous learning credit for the DoD acquisition, technology and logistics workforce, or in a browse mode that allows students to review the content but not receive official credit for completion.