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joneq Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 00:37:57
http://www.lunascape.tv/

what do you think..?
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joneq Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 21:15:53
plus we have this free--today only..

http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/
T00N Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 18:53:48
Looks good Maxthon, never heard of it before.
joneq Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 16:13:37
I never meant to suggest that anyone use this as their main browser--especially for development.

Toon--There are IE based browsers that have mouse gestures--like Maxthon 1or 2

http://maxthon.neo101.nl/MaxthonGuide/en/ch02.htm

Flock is one that uses mouse gestures from FF. This browser is good for those who are into socializing on the net

I prefer Maxthon for routine internet stuff because I had it from the getgo. I would use FF if I was in your situation though...

T00N Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 15:52:44
From wiki:

Alpha Version
A very early version of a software product that may not contain all of the features that are planned for the final version. Typically, software goes through two stages of testing before it is considered finished. The first stage, called alpha testing, is often performed only by users within the organization developing the software. The second stage, called beta testing , generally involves a limited number of external users.

:-)
Martin1 Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 13:40:07
No beta means that it is still in development:-).

Martin
T00N Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 07:16:47
Oh and it's an alpha version and doesn't that mean that it is still very much in development?
T00N Posted - 26 Nov 2008 : 07:15:29
Looking good but...

I need to be sure that when I create a site it must be shown well in the browser most people use.
And that is first IE and then FireFox.

Personally I use FF but for my work it would be even better if I used IE but that is not an option anymore because I'm totally addicted to the mouse gestures in FF :)

So maybe I'll download and try it but I probably won't be using it long.


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