- Tor takes some version of Firefox, builds a more secure version of it, and plugs it into an anonymizing onion router network.
Old notes from 2006-04-04 or earlier ∞
- http://conkeror.org/ -- keyboard-centric, not sure if I would care for it though.
cheetah.sourceforge.net -- in development
- https://web.archive.org/web/20190108083527/http://www.beonex.com:80/communicator/ -- forked from Netscape Navigator, with the standard set of known flaws. It's stale too. Why bother with this when I could go get something that's trying to get better?
- http://www.vergenet.net/~conrad/express/ -- stillborn 1999-05-08 has 0.0.7
- grail.sourceforge.net -- stillborn
https://web.archive.org/web/20090905122939/http://pauillac.inria.fr:80/~rouaix/mmm/ -- stillborn 1997-12 has 0.41
- MMM is a WWW browser implemented in Objective Caml using its CamlTk41 interface to Tcl/Tk.
- mnemonic.org -- dead. Website dead.
- http://www.cs.umd.edu/projects/hcil/pad++/ -- closed there, and dead here: https://web.archive.org/web/20070807215115/http://hci.ucsd.edu:80/pad++/ (2001-11-08 has 0.9)
https://web.archive.org/web/20080412115837/http://perso.enst.fr:80/~dauphin/mMosaic/ - multicast Mosaic -- dead. no configure script either. 3.7.2
- https://web.archive.org/web/20050212124622/http://www.uni-mainz.de:80/~szukw000/index.html - has 2004-02-24 has 3.8.22.
- a free web browser, written in C using the GTK libraries, and the gtk port of the xmhtml widget.
- https://web.archive.org/web/20041128080645/http://nestroy.wi-inf.uni-essen.de:8080/wafe/Cineast/ -- Looks neat, but quiet.
https://web.archive.org/web/20120915154245/http://seanm.ca:80/mosaic/ -- NCSA mosaic modified to compile on today's systems. Good for gophering!
So I'm playing around with some more web browsers and am playing with Mozilla right now.
I can tell that a focus bug exists not only in Firefox but also with Mozilla. I have to click on the page to use accesskeys (and probably more) on that page. Mozilla gets thrown away because it doesn't have proper accesskey support. It's very flakey. =(
Apparently Firefox has a monopoly on intelligence. It looks like all other browsers are completely fucked in the head. There is some significant thing which is completely mangled, and it generally comes down to accesskeys. All their configurability doesn't help either.. it's as though they specifically designed accesskeys to not be set in the sane
alt-<key> manner. Argh!
Maybe I should use Flock? Hrm. It'll probably have all the same problems as Firefox though.
Ungh, I learned that Firefox 2.0 is looking at mangling accesskeys. I guess I won't be able to surf anymore.
2019-09-25 - Some time after I learned of an _about:config_ preference to force Firefox to use
alt-<key> as the accesskey, and use
alt-shift-<key> for menus.