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Re: [vox-tech] stable web browser?!?
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Re: [vox-tech] stable web browser?!?



I use opera 6.0 and love it. When in text mode I use links (and no I don't 
mean lynx). Next best would be Konqueror very stable I just like the killer 
features of Opera. I am even going to buy the damn thing soon.

Rusty

On Tuesday 15 January 2002 22:11, you wrote:
> On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, Holland, Matt wrote:
> > >> Hmm. Lynx is rather stable. ;-)
> >
> > Cute.  Now how about a stable *graphical* browser.  I'm serious, this
> > Netscape crap is killin' me.
>
> Yeah, I was being a smart ass.
>
> Fun at the cost of other aside, I have found both Mozilla and Netscape to
> be stable when used for simple browsing. Addition of Java and Java Script
> adds functionality and instability as does Shockwave, and Acrobat plugins
> and RealPLayer plugins etc. There was a time with an old Debian install
> where Netscape would crash often, but a hand-rewrite of mime type extions
> and associated applications with a recent copy of Netscape installed by
> hand made most of those problems go away.
>
> I have tried to track down the causes for browser bugs and then see what
> can be done to upgrade support applicatins related to the problem.
>
> -ME
>
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