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    Tiny browser called Dillo


    Dad just sent me a link to this anyone using it? Looks cool its 300Kb in size so if your running a GUI without much RAM try it, looks like mozilla as well

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    Thing does not even support XHTML/CSS, and after going to Google and it not being able to read any characters... this thing has a long way to go.

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    I think this one might be a good option. MiniMo from Mozilla.

    http://www.mozilla.org/projects/minimo/

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    I beleve that minimo is aimed at embeded devices like PDA's, Phones and such. Ashame about that browser I should have mentioned i have not tested it sorry

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    I have used it some time (years) ago. It was not bad for what it was. But if you really want to enjoy all webpages as how there ment. Then you have to use

    A Mozilla based browser
    An IE based browser
    A Konqueror based browser.

    For me personaly, the rest all bite! (except if your not in a graphical environment, then links rules)

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