From: Håkon Wium Lie (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Apr 13 2000 - 13:23:12 PDT
Also sprach Kragen Sitaker:
> > Meanwhile, Go Go Gadget Opera. With a promise that delivers opera is
> > begining to gain some useres here in my office.
> Opera was awesome when I first tried it in 1997 or so. What's new?
Lots. You probably missed the 3.5/3.6 releases, but Opera 4.0 is now
available for beta testing:
- the small footprint and fast speed is still there
- Opera now supports 5 platforms: Win32, EPOC, BeOS, Linux, Mac (soon)
- a bunch of new specifications are supported: HTML 4.0, CSS1 & CSS2,
HTTP 1.1, XML, WML etc.
- the Power Key! (a.k.a. F11)
> Death to Lynx. w3m and links are the ASCII browsers of the future:
In the back room, we also have a curses version of Opera which lays
out pages as if images and CSS were supported. Who can provide us with
a giftoasciiart package?
Chief Technology Officer Opera Software
Håkon Wium Lie http://www.opera.com/people/howcome
firstname.lastname@example.org gets you there faster
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