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Mon, 2 Jul 2001 11:33:24 -0700 (PDT)
On Sun, 1 Jul 2001, David Woolley wrote:
>You mean Mozilla.
>> why not start by finding out how Netscape does the job,
>> then see how far Lynx could adopt the same approach?
>The approach would be to replace Lynx completely with a text only
>version of Mozilla. Note that Mozilla is quite bloated already.
Wow, as a quick search to see if there were responses to this thread, I
same mailing list.. heh..
Mozilla may be bloated, but having _any_ text-based browser that
As you presumably know, Mozilla apparently has separate UI and back end
portions. So it would very likely be easier to write a text-based front end
to Mozilla than it would be to hack this into lynx.
>Also note that Mozilla suffers from standards conformance and will
>not run some Netscape 4 document/browser object model code, so some
>sites are putting up notices saying that they are not suitable for
Is someone working on fixing this?
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