GUIDE: Fix Rendering Problems in SeaSurf for Windows

SeaSurf for Windows doesn’t always render pages as well as it could. However, you can fix this problem easily.

You will need:

You will need to know where the SeaSurfForWindows.exe is stored (eg, C:\Users\yourusername\Desktop\SeaSurfForWindows.exe)

Open Cortana or press Windows Key + R and type regedit and press enter. Navigate to Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\FeatureControl\FEATURE_BROWSER_EMULATION and add a new DWORD 32-bit value. Name the value the path of SeaSurfForWindows.exe, including the SeaSurfForWindows.exe at the end and change the Hexadecimal value to 11001 and restart any running instances of ECG SeaSurf.


SeaSurf 1.3 for Android

Good morning world, SeaSurf 1.3 for Android has been released to the public and adds a new feature and a major bug fixed.

Remember that time when you are viewing a webpage that you LOVE and want to email it to someone. Only SeaSurf for Linux allowed you to see the current URL, so for Android it wouldn’t of been a possibility. Now that SeaSurf for Windows has had this fixed, I chose to fix it in the Android version too!

The new feature is displaying the time in the toolbar. This is a handy feature for people who don’t want to hesitate to look at the time in their tablet’s status bar while surfing the web. You can now see the time right in the toolbar.

Currently known bugs:

Digital clock positioned incorrectly in the toolbar.

Report bugs here!


ECG SeaSurf for Windows – Update Pack 2

Welcome to the World of ECG SeaSurf 2017 Update Pack 2! After the problem of not knowing what the URL of a page is, now you can see the URL in the address bar and copy it into an email or whatever you want. It also fixes a couple of those bugs you may of been facing. If SeaSurf hasn’t worked on your machine previously, try it now and if it works, all foreseeable future versions should work.

Could “ECG Tools for Android” be brought to Windows UWP

UWP is the Universal Windows Platform, commonly referred to as Universal Apps. These apps can run on Windows Phones and tablets and are usually built with these devices in mind. Some can only run on PC, some run on phones, some are mobile-only apps, some run on VR and some are intended for tablets. They are usually more limited than their desktop counterpart if they have one.

SeaSurf could have a possibility of coming to the Universal Windows Platform. But, in the meantime, I am learning how to use Visual Studio’s UWP app creator, and I stumbled upon a widget called WebView.

WebView is available for Android, iOS and Windows UWP. WebView may remind you of SeaSurf for Linux as well, as the webpage viewer has been ported over to Python 2.x.

Today, I managed to make an app that displays my blog. I am thinking: should I make apps for people that run with Windows.

In the meantime, just add the following below <Grid Background=”{ThemeResource ApplicationPageBackgroundThemeBrush}”> in your MainPage.xaml:

<WebView Name=”Display” VerticalAlignment=”Stretch”/>

Please vote in the poll!

Epic Chas Gamer 😎

This blog is no longer the place for ECG SeaSurf stuff


A new blog, found at, now is the home for ECG SeaSurf stuff. This blog is currently still the home for signing up for ECG SeaSurf Premium next year.

Remember to check the new blog out!

Epic Chas Gamer 😀

Sign up for ECG SeaSurf Premium 2018 early!

After ECG SeaSurf 2017, there is ECG SeaSurf 2017 Update Pack 1. There will probably be several more update packs for ECG SeaSurf 2017, but lets get planning for next year.

Next year?

It sounds a long way away, but seriously, time goes really quickly. So, there will be a Premium Version of ECG SeaSurf 2018 which has more features than the normal version. But you will need to sign-up for this. And many people would like to sign-up early so they don’t have to spend some time signing up later on, So, the ECG SeaSurf Premium 2018 page opened up today, giving you the opportunity to sign-up early.

Check it out here!

Epic Chas Gamer 😎

ECG SeaSurf Bug Reporter now supports Android

The ECG SeaSurf Bug Reporter previously supported Linux and Windows versions of the software.  But I am now pleased to announce that Android support has came to the bug reporter, as well as private reporting for all SeaSurf-supported Operating Systems.

Report for Windows and Linux at

Report for Android by visiting

It is also worth noting that feedback responses are not supported with private reporting.

Epic Chas Gamer 😎

One lovely blog award – who are my favourite bloggers?

This challenge has spread across the internet like fire (I didn’t create this challenge) so I have decided to do one. Basically, I have to tell you 7 things about my character. And up to 15 bloggers I enjoy. I have over 40 followers, but as there are limits (a few don’t have blogs) and you can only do up to 15. I am sorry if I do not include you!

So, here are the 7 things about me!

1. I think about my web browser project, ECG SeaSurf , for a lot of my time. I love it because the world wide web is a big place, and making software that allows people to browse such a great thing makes me feel special.

2. I do not try to block the spotlight from other developers as I love seeing what others have produced too, and I love getting inspired.

3. I love playing video games because they are extremely fun, and it feels like I am in the game (no VR here!). They also take stress away.

4. I love writing stories, to entertain people. I am writing a story called Sir Wolf’s Castle, about Minecraft wolves and a villan called Sir Bum-Smacker.

5. I love looking at over blogs and leaving feedback and liking posts because I don’t want to look selfish.

6. I love ketchup. It is an awesome sauce.

7. There are lots of other things I love but don’t blog about: Star Wars and Legends of Chima, for example.


1. Codeinfig:

An author of a coding language called Fig, a coding enthusiast, and much more. Check out his blog at!

2. Jacque:

If you want to go beyond my app-making service (I would recommend trying it first and requesting a removal if you don’t like it), then Jacque is the person for you. He can even get your app published to the Play Store (I didn’t ask for an app because I can make one myself).

Check out his blog at

3.  ARJ

If you want a guide to coding and you want to be a pro, then ARJ’s blog “A bit of everything – copy” is the place for you. He has another blog,, which is worth checking out too.

Find his main blog at

4. Daniel He hetianding

A Minecraft enthusiast, this blogger creates maps and then publishes them.

Find his blog at

5. LZH

A real tech enthusiast, admin of a website called TechCentral which contains everything tech.

Leave a comment or like at

6. AntonioWestley

A master blogger, who loves posting about sites he recommends.

Check out his active site at

Check out his inactive site at

7. antepher

A real ESP8266 and Arduino enthusiast, as well as Python Expert, antepher maintains a blog called techtutorialsx.

Like and comment on his blog at!

8. Paul Sinha

One of my first followers, Paul Sinha appears on the Chase and is really funny.

Check out his blog at

9. Old and New Reviews

Reviewing and playing video games, I enjoy reading this blog.

Follow the blog at!

10. Is there any blog you recommend?

I can’t think of a tenth, but I want to reach 10, so if you recommend a blog, plz leave  a comment.

PS: The rules (I have forgotten the URL to the original creator’s blog) also mention that you should post about being chosen. So, thank you codeinfig for choosing me! SO, remember that!

Epic Chas Gamer 😀