Dermot McGahon said:
> Justin> The Mozilla nightly builds are the nearest thing nowadays.
> Justin> But https support is tricky -- I think you need to install
> Justin> the PSM from netscape.com.
>> I was very unhappy with M18. It trundled along at snails pace but I
> read that the developers are now concentrating on optimisation so it
> may be time to have another look. It has support for XML using James
> Clarkes Expat library too (he has hidden himself away in Bangkok to
> write SGML parsers, I don't blame him!). And yes, you have to download
> something or other to get secure http working but I think it fairly
Yeah the milestones and Netscape preview releases have all been donkeys,
but the nightlies are generally quite good.
> Justin> Also there's that horrific MDI thing.
>> What is the horrific MDI ?
As in "multiple doc interface" -- one big Windows-style window, with
little windows inside it. Just *not* the way these things are done on
> So, IE5, Mozilla or Opera fulfill the requirements of a browser that
> handles html, secure http and XML. IE5 is the most stable but it
> almost impossible to get running, Mozilla may be the most stable
> browser that is relatively easy to install and Opera is nice but
> unstable. Does that about sum it up ? Any other browsers while we are
> at it ?
Konqueror -- but I haven't tried that yet (their install instructions for
RH62 are awful -- "use the Mandrake RPMs", thanks a bunch guys).
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