Free Trial – eCrisper Kiosk Software (version 3.1)

This free trial allows you to experience eCrisper first hand. If you have a Mac computer (64 bit) running Mac OS X 10.6 – 10.12 (Sierra), you’re good to go.

It contains a full version except for an Evaluation Copy button on the main window. This button closes eCrisper and returns the user to the desktop.

Installing eCrisper

Once the download has completed and you have accepted the license agreement, you will be presented with a window with two icons. Drag the eCrisper icon onto the Applications icon. This will copy eCrisper to your Applications folder from which you can run it.

Displaying the Preferences window

Once eCrisper is running, you can display the Preferences window by pressing the command key and the comma key (,) at the same time. When asked for a password, press the return key. A password is not required with an unregistered version.

Exiting eCrisper

You can exit eCrisper by clicking on the Return to Desktop button on the General pane of the Preferences window. You can also use the Evaluation Copy button on the main menu while using an unregistered copy.

Versions - What’s new

v3.1 (July 6th, 2017)

  • Fixed issue with language button display.
  • Updated the default user agent to reflect the latest version of Safari.

v3.01 (October 10th, 2016)

  • Improved compatibility with macOS 10.12 (Sierra).
  • Updated the default user agent to reflect the latest version of Safari.

v2.94 (February 19th, 2016)

  • The cursor is now always visible when the Preferences windows is displayed.
  • Updated the default user agent to reflect the latest version of Safari.

v2.94 (January 10th, 2016)

  • Fixed a problem related to the Quit button and Language button not displaying/hidding properly.
  • Added Kiosk ID as the first column in the Browsing log.

v2.93 (December 16th, 2015)

  • Fixed a problem that prevented video files from being loaded without being wrapped inside an HTML file.

v2.92 (December 15th, 2015)

  • Added the option to display a Terms and Condition window at the beginning of each session. This is a new tab under Layout in the Preferences.

v2.91 (March 27th, 2015)

  • Fixed a problem that sometimes took the focus away from a web page after loading.
  • Changed the default user agent to most recent.

v2.9 (December 16th, 2014)

  • Added scale value for printing.
  • Fixed a rare problem when new popup window was opened but not loaded because of the filter.

v2.8 (July 10th, 2014)

  • Updated user agent to reflect latest version of Safari.
  • Added option to delay loading initial website when the computer is rebooted to make sure the connection is ready. The option is on the General tab on the Preferences window.
  • Fixed the Private browsing option on the General tab.

v2.7 (March 3rd, 2014)

  • Updated user agent to reflect new version of Safari.
  • When cursor set to hidden, now applies hidden after each web page.

v2.6 (September 21st, 2013)

  • The text field that was used for Google search is now used to find text in a web page.
  • Google search can now be done from the URL text field – the same as Safari.

v2.51 (June 19th, 2013)

  • Changed the default user agent to most recent.

v2.5 (May 29th, 2013)

  • Now displays an error page when a website is not available. If any of the initial websites which load in the 5 areas fails to load, eCrisper will try every minute until successful.

v2.4 (May 23rd, 2013)

  • You can now specify the size and position of new browser windows.

v2.31 (February 18th, 2013)

  • Fixed a bug that prevented opening some images full screen.
  • What’s new in v2.2 (January 24th, 2013)
  • You can now create a log of websites visited.

v2.1 (October 1st, 2012)

  • You can now include buttons in the web content to quit a session, navigate, change the font size, print, reload, and stop loading – Learn more…
  • Busy indicator can be displayed in the middle of the webviews when downloading pages.
  • The deletion of cookies is improved.
  • The font size buttons in the toolbar can now be hidden.
  • The frame around the central webview can now be hidden with Display frame check box.