Ok, so it installs without a glitch, it imports my Netscape bookmarks,
and Eudora addresses.
The Web browser is fast. Probably the fastest I've even seen on a Mac.
It doesn't support frames correctly and seems to have some problem with
sloppy code. It is also only HTML 3.0 compatable
The E-Mail is an E-Mail client.
Didn't try telnet
Didn't try the newsreader.
I guess the big deal about this is that you have a yellow note pad on
the left side of your screen that is your selector for your various
apps and bookmarks/addresses etc.
I got 1 beautiful crash and restarted.
Ran out of memory error trying to go to www.dell.com
Quit, checked my system memory. It seems OpenDoc (required for
Cyberdog) took up ...
<bigger><bigger><bigger> 10 FUCKIN' MEGS OF
excuse me? ten megs of system ram? my system is now 21 megs big?
So ended the CyberDog/OpenDoc experiment. The question that I had to
wonder is why Apple is funding this still. It does nothing that isn't
already there, and brings nothing new to the table. Obvious why they
are in the shape they're in.
I know that, you know that, it's Apple that doesn't know that. ...me
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