Is it possible to run Google Chrome in kiosk mode on OS X, specifically Snow Leopard?
I cannot find a way of doing so currently. Am I missing something?
I tested this out and then it wouldn't let me exit kiosk mode. I had to Cmd+Q to get out of Google Chrome. Save the following to a script, something like
This will open Google Chrome to the
If you want to turn it into an AppleScript so that you can create an application that can in turn be automatically run each time the computer reboots to a default specified user, use the following code and when you save the script, change it's type to Application
It's requires the
It's just that I've never favoured the look of seeing a escape before a backslash. It's too messy. Stick with either the BashScript option at the top or use the 1st of 2 AppleScript lines and save it as an Application type.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 only:
Right click Desktop, create a shortcut.
Considering this forum post popped up on Google's help, I'm assuming a true kiosk mode hasn't been added. However, it is apparently possible to acheive some level of kiosk mode with on Windows with:
On OS X, you could probably use:
I can't test it because I'm not on a Mac right now, but it may do the trick.