"David O'Brien" wrote:
| On Sat, Mar 16, 2002 at 06:05:13AM +0100, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
| > Garrett Wollman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
| > > What problems do you have with it?
| > 
| > Slow.  Eats memory.  Crashes all the time.  Does not save state
| > between sessions.  Does not render HTML 4 properly.  Does not support
| > CSS properly.  Does not zoom.  Does not display PNG properly.
| > Incorrectly ignores cache-control headers on images.  The list goes
| What brower available on FreeBSD does do all these things?
| Mozilla 0.9.8 was a disaster.  Opera 6 is such a disaster that I went
| back to 5.05.  [linux-]Netscape6 was marked BROKEN for a long time.
| konquor... well requires a lot of KDE bits to be installed.

Mozilla in all the variants I have tried is incapable of even
reliably downloading a file -- sometimes it works and sometimes
it turns it into complete junk, usually 20 Mbytes bigger than
the original.  Useless.

Many of the "secure" sites I need to use (banks, universities,
etc.) refuse to allow access from any release 6 browser.

Linux-netscape-4.7{6,9} handles everything I want, sometimes
with minor glitches, but well enough.  And I can leave it
running for weeks at a time without problems.  That's "good
enough" for me.  The alternatives that I have tried either don't
build or don't work and that means they are worse.


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