Re: Using web browsers
Ryan Barrett <rbarrett <at> stanford.edu>
2002-05-05 19:01:14 GMT
> I think I may have accidentally sent my reply only to the original
> sender rather than to the whole list. But what I suggested to him was
> the Opera web browser. It is not free software unfortunately but it is
hehe...michael, i definitely agree. i was writing to the list about opera
when your email came in.
i've used opera ever since i dropped windows and installed linux. i
started with konqueror, and tried others including netscape/mozilla, but
none of them were keyboardable enough. opera is very *very* keyboardable,
relatively small, and supports ssl/tls, java, and plugins (if you really
want them :P). also, it has great cookie filtering.
granted, this does mean you have to deal with switching browsers,
including the learning curve for a new program, as well as the time needed
to customize it the way you want. but for me at least, it was worth it.
"I'm having illusions, all this confusion's driving me mad inside..."