Web Browser with Horizontal image scrollbar

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This must be built with Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 or compatible builder.

1/ - This will be simple application, when it runs, a basic browser window will open (Use the browser in MS-VSE 2012), and it will display a browser window filling 80% of the RHS of the window. (Use Google as the default browser search engine.)

2/ - Place a button somewhere on the left, call it "Images1". When this is clicked, the Google browser will hide & be replaced by a 3d horizontal image navigator. SEE NOTE BELOW!!!!

PLEASE NOTE: A perfect example of what I am looking for is the SAFARI history browser. Open Safari, and click "Browse History", you will see the 3D type windows scroll left & right etc. - I am after something at least as good as this.

3/ - Make data folder called Images1 (with 10 sample images) and the browser will load the images, and will "DISPLAY THE IMAGE AND IMAGE NAME" just like the Safari browser.

4/ - Make a second button and call it Images2, load with sample images.

Summary: -

The script will run & open with a default Google browser.

The user can select Button1 or Button2 to browse a different set of images.

Optional - put in a 'Home' button to recall Google.

NOTE: - This project is where you can demonstrate your skills and we can get to know you. Part 2 of this project is to build a more advanced version of this program.

PLEASE NOTE: - We do not pay in advance, we will not pay into escrow, you will get paid 100% once we get a working example per our description. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE, DON"T WASTE YOUR TIME BIDDING, - Check my ratings & make your decision.

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