>There also isn't a 68K version of Opera, but it's such a marginal browser on
>the Mac platform, I wonder why anyone would bother using it anyway.  iCab is
>far superior, and it doesn't *cost* anything.
>the pickle

-> iCab isn't the fastest beastie on a IIci (yes, I have the cache card and
while 32M RAM isn't much it works for what I do...and yes, I plan to get
more one day). Also, Opera did promise a 68K version of their browser.
However, they have never delivered. Someday I'll try my copy of MacWeb 2.0
just to see how well it works. :P


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strength is born from human failings...Is it any wonder, then, that the
SDF-1 crew became a tighter family after the fortress had been exiled than
it had before?

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