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One problem with O2 is the price. Richard may well want to get ahead of Netsurf, but Netsurf is free; O2 is 50? I'm certainly not going to pay 50 for a web browser that can't render pages written to HTML 4 standard and, more importantly today, XHTML. When Netsurf is complete, it will have complete support for HTML 4 and CSS, which O2 still doesn't have! Also, I'd like to point out that Netscape (which is actually Mozilla/Gecko now) is THE most standards compliant browser available, and can still render poorly written for IE pages properly (most any way). The only problem I ever have with it is poorly written IE only JavaScript. However, it's good to see Richard putting the effort in to see RISC OS get a decent web browser.

 is a RISC OS UserSmiler on 18/2/04 8:55PM
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