Jérémy Lal <kapo...@melix.org> writes:

> - some browsers can run an application in "kiosk mode" - it runs the
> app independently of any other already opened web page, usually
> without omnibar and/or without menus.
> However i don't know if it's possible to benefit from xdg-open and
> these browser specific cli options.

That's a good point to raise.

Yes, I am looking for a general way to turn an HTML-page app into a
stand-alone desktop app. That does mean no location bar, no tabs, no
history navigation, etc.; just rendering the one HTML page with its
JavaScript and other resources.

I think Mozilla's XULRunner would have done this, but it is reportedly
obsolete upstream for years now. What is in Debian now that I should use

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