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I'm with hairy on this one :-)

Netsurf is my browser No.1 (in fact I'm using it now :-) ) - if necessary JS is encountered then a shift-drag from Netsurf's URL bar onto O2 loaded onto the iconbar can then help!

As druck says you could be surprised at how much you can access with netsurf - what I have described above is a rairity ( and of course if you get *really* stuck theres always firefox :-) )

Netsurf + JS? Yes please! :-D with of course the caveat that, as has always been said, its a *massive* amount of work so if it is too much then thats OK with me.

 is a RISC OS Userepistaxsis on 3/4/07 1:22PM
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