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I understand why the NetSurf people are not planning to add javascript but it's a shame. I upgraded from Browse to Oregano just for the javascript feature. Too many sites now have little snippets of javascript here and there for a browser without such support to be useful to me. There is nothing worse than getting so far into a site and then benig unable to progress.

Anyway, I know the NS authors are fully aware of the limitation and I'm sure the users are happy enough to avoid any javascript sites. This point aside, NetSurf is an excellent piece of software and kick-ass fast. =)

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 is a RISC OS UserSpriteman on 3/4/06 12:32PM
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