[200q20v] blau website/browsers
Edward J Kellock
ekellock at juno.com
Tue Nov 13 18:37:43 EST 2001
Blocks pop-up windows and it's FREE.
It can be a bit overzealous, but I'm giving it a chance.
On Tue, 13 Nov 2001 16:39:57 -0500 Brett Dikeman <brett at cloud9.net>
> For those who regularly use Blau's site(Audi content), Opera(a
> commercial, non-free browser; ads in the toolbar go away if you
> them about $30) has a nice little checkbox labelled "documents can
> open other documents."
> Uncheck it, and it prevents code in one HTML document from
> other windows like popups. It needs refinement; unfortunately,
> popups with legitimate purposes(such as collecting
> username/passwords, etc) are more and more popular these days and
> many sites simply cannot be navigated with this option turned on,
> 3 mouse clicks to turn it on before going to blau's site beats 30
> clicks while trying to navigate up+down the site.
> Opera(www.opera.com) is incredibly fast+efficient, I highly
> it; it's like an S4 to a Caddilac. Both have got all the toys, but
> one gets you there a hell of a lot faster. Opera:
> -uses less RAM than IE(this resulted in a significant speedup on my
> mother's laptop, which runs Win98 and has about 16m of ram; it's
> ancient, and takes funky ram)
> -is available for MacOS(9 and X), Windows(all), and Linux
> -is completely standards compliant and up to date(IE is not;
> Opera has a function where you can "validate" a page and show the
> webmaster that no, in fact, it's not YOUR browser, it's THEIR
> non-compliant coding)
> -is about 9mb with java and 2-3 without. IE 6? Don't even ask,
> don't want to know.
> -isn't manufactured by a company that continues to violate US laws
> and acts like it can do whatever the hell it wants(if you're fed up
> with MS, show it!)
> -you don't need to download 10MB updates to Opera every 7-10 days,
> you do for IE, or it seems that way :-)
> Despite being commercial and costing money(if you don't want to see
> ads), Opera is the most popular browser outside of IE and Netscape.
> icab.de I think), for MacOS 9&X only, is more refined in
> to do on a site name basis, with wildcards. I believe that
> Omniweb(MacOS X only) has similar features.
> Blocking everything for *.x10.com was the first thing I did in iCab
> <send soapbox>
> "They that give up essential liberty to obtain temporary
> safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." - Ben Franklin
> http://www.users.cloud9.net/~brett/bdikeman.asc (PGP Public
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