|From:||John Cowan <cowan@...>|
|Date:||Friday, February 7, 2003, 11:05|
Christophe Grandsire scripsit:
> Well, an advantage of having Linux is the proliferation of web browsers there.
> I don't have that much choice :(( .
Actually, there is also Phoenix (for Windows and Linux) and K-Meleon (for
Windows only). Both are Mozilla-technology, but considerably faster and
cleaner. Phoenix is XUL-based and builds right on top of current Mozilla
code (it's not a branch), smaller, faster, more features than Moz.
(Of course, it's a browser, not a suite, which helps.) Phoenix development
has been fairly rapid but is now moving into hibernation for a while.
K-Meleon is not XUL-based, but uses native widgets exclusively, but still
with Gecko layout. It does appear to be a branch -- it uses "layers"
instead of tabs, but the effect is the same, only the visual metaphor
I'm using both of them (on different machines, to avoid terminal confusion),
trying to decide which I like best. So far, neck and neck, although I havce
more experience with Phoenix.
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