* It is (arguably) slower than NetSurf.
* You'll have to code the entire GUI and a lot of expected features yourself.
* and of course it's more work to port a new browser than do a bit of work on an existing one (OWB is quite a lot larger than NetSurf and takes much longer to compile - it is also all in C++ which puts me off!)
I've spent a year less on NetSurf than Joerg has on OWB, and I have ended up with a more complete browser - because most of the functionality is in the core already, it just needs a menu or button added.
LOL. I didn't even realise my camera had a red light on the front until I played back the video. The mouse is a cheap one, and I was getting quite good at Lander a while back but didn't want a three hour video of me playing it.
Scrollwheel support is an emulation feature, implemented cleanly with a support module. higher resolution screenmodes are also supported.
Qercus reviewed but renewed? Forty months after taking out an annual subscription, Martin Hansen ponders whether or not to continue his Qercus sub 28 comments, latest by hzn on 3/8/07 4:15PM. Published: 27 Jul 2007