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Is it true that there is a single developer behind Otter project? If so this is a mammoth task.
I tested SeaMonkey but not all Firefox add-ons (the main reason I still stick to Firefox) are compatible with SeaMnkey.
Then I reverted to resurrected K-Meleon but it lacks many features I need.
I had a look at Midori but I wasn't impressed.
With few exceptions (SeaMonkey, Pale Moon, K-Meleon, Otter) all browsers have been dumbed town beyond usability. I dream of a browser that doesn't suck.
For example it's easiest (and probably safest) to use one browser for the websites where you need to be logged in, i.e. cookies turned on, and a whole different browser for the rest of the web with cookies turned off.
Quote from: ersi on 2015-06-26, 04:58:00For example it's easiest (and probably safest) to use one browser for the websites where you need to be logged in, i.e. cookies turned on, and a whole different browser for the rest of the web with cookies turned off.Plus you're less likely to accidentally use the wrong browser than you are with different profiles (or those newer "private" tabs/windows).
Internet has turned into another way for the Saxon "Neo Liberal" hidden Nazi invasion. The "best browser" is the best weapon for the Saxon's invaders.The world needs totally useless browsers, not "best browsers" to deliver the invader's propaganda.
By "Saxon", do you mean the same as when people say "Anglo-American"?
And I agree with the general sentiment that 2013 has been a bad year in terms of browsers (apart from the fact that I rediscovered console browsers after a decade's pause). Then again, I am quite sure 2014 will be even worse. The bottom has not been reached yet.
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