Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 876 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
Piru wrote: The changes in actual rendering and standard support in IBrowse have been minimal at best.
Furvert: CSS is there
Piru is correct, as usual, and it is a disappointing release overall for Classic Amiga users, but it does show that the browser is being supported by its core team, led by Oliver Roberts, to continue to develop, even at a limited pace (though I hope the progress improves), and my genuine hope is that IBrowse v3 does eventually get to see the light of day, with actually useable features for the modern Internet.
It's basically of little use as it is for modern web-browsing/interacting with websites as the features it needs, that Piru mentioned, are just not in the program currently. Having said that, I have paid for the upgrade to v2.5 to show some support to Oliver Roberts and the others involved with IBrowse to see if that required progress can be realised, but it will be a big ask, to see that happen.
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