Discrete Browser 1.4 - Yet Another release
b.xavier at internet.lu
Tue Feb 17 02:07:54 CST 2004
It's so simple when you design nice groups that work
independently of the stack... Copy paste features!
Here's release 1.4 with media lists, links, view menu (change the
display font and size), and the upcoming (but disabled) filtering.
Added a home page and new icons for your visual pleasure.
Last release before the weekend...
All comments and issues (specialy regarding Mac or Linux which I
cant test for the moment) are welcome...
Feature requests are open!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com
> [mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of MisterX
> Sent: Monday, February 16, 2004 21:07
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Rel: Discrete Browser 1.3 - the borg release
> A new version of the Discrete Browser is here under the mango tree
> (aaah, the inspiring sounds that drives this developper)!
> Im still looking to scratch the guest can't download feature...
> Enjoy the stories, the sounds, the views! Enjoy your login and
> downloads, no popups or ads or banners or lame stories! ;)
> So discrete is this small project that version 1.2 was this
> morning, 1.3 is here for the evening... V1.5 is a big paste
> job from XOS so hold your breath coz im integrating a zillion
> features at once ;).
> At the rate im adding features, it's gonna blow
> any browser you know! It may not have the most
> html-standard-respecting display but it will not
> loose one byte about what you download!
> A few novelties since last 1.0 mention are:
> - Google search (and many more to come)
> - wiki linkclicked support (other cgi's to be tested)
> - Added smart url guessing (monsieurx = www.monsieurx.com)
> - Added eventual failsafe for ftp links (ftp not really supported)
> - Finished the Favorites menu (delete with controlkey down, shiftkey
> - Fixed the source so that it displays the page instead of the
> filtered html, and also smarter format displays (many more to come)
> To disperse some rumors that Im rebuilding yet another browser...
> or just another dumb browser... XOS GUI is coming...
> If you want to pitch in, I'll send you the feature dev plan or
> come and chat @ monsieurx.com! Hit that "SPChat" module!
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