Wesley Darlington said:
> On Tue, Nov 14, 2000 at 11:50:48AM +0000, Dermot McGahon wrote:
> > Really, I just am looking for a dependable browser (doesn't crash,
> > lockup or require a £100 investment in RAM), that handles html, secure
> > http and renders XML without or without XSL stylesheets. It appears
> > that I am asking for too much.
>> If you find one, could you let me know...?
The Mozilla nightly builds are the nearest thing nowadays. But https
support is tricky -- I think you need to install the PSM from
> I have a beta of opera for linux running atm - it's a beautiful browser
> to look at and use, but it crashes more often than it should and leaks
> memory. Maybe check it out? I'm sure if a final version of opera ever
> comes out for linux, I'll be ditching netscape for good...
Every time I try it, the fonts break and all sites are rendered in
"fixed"; which is gross.
Also there's that horrific MDI thing.
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