Um, sorry about the insanity of this question, given its against All principles of use of net.
Is it possible to AutoBlock ALL outgoing links and connections, From a given site. So we dont need AdBlock, or its auto implemented?. Also, have Default Non International, UTF encoding of URLS etc so that glyph fakes and phishing are greatly reduced? possibly?
Would it be possible to use context based entry handling functions on teh History, as well as Bookmarks etc, so that when you mistype a URL, it doesnt sit in your URL history list for weeks, but can be deleted out with a right click select etc?
Operas Speed Dial is just a preload of a selection of sites, which can be implemented by say a Speed Dial Bookmark folder with an auto Open?
Could it be arranged so that by default only Local data is downloaded first when accessing a site, placeholders etcused where possible, so we get a chance to see what the site actually loks like before getting flooded with adverts etc?.. Could External auto links be loaded on a Dual panel, like Dpaint, that is, not actually physically rendered on the sitee directly, but on a identical bitmap thats overlayed but seperable? Um.. am I being too daft 8(
Sory, Im just trying to think of what Windows has enforced on people over the yers, and how Amiga browsers used to work, given the great differences in average available resources.
Could you make it that the cache is selectable in size, without effective limit? Its nice having a Gig of Cache, but with Terabytes of hard drive, it would be nice to be able to stream iPlayer or such, hundreds of Megs of data, and it to be stored. Maybe differing cache blocks for different data types?
Doing this, will this have full DataTypes support, and so any extended DataTypes, or even implementations of enhanced IFF types? Given DVDs use VOB files only 1024 Meg in size, and IFF supports not only 2048 MEg files, but concantenation of disparate IFF entities?
This is going to be fun. 8)
Wonder if Timberwolf 2 is going to be called DireWolf 8)
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