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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : MultiOS Browser Test
   posted by multiosbrowser on 5-Mar-2004 21:09:14 (1547 reads)
MultiOS Browser Test



The website is the result of a conception to
test HTML 4.01 conformance for web browsers
from most operating systems. The emphases are
Frame sets, CSS1/CSS2, Graphic Sizes, iFrames,
JavaScript, Document Object Model and XML.
A tabulation with browsers and the supported
operating systems is available for AmigaOS,
BeOS, Linux, MacOS, OS/2, Solaris, Unix and
Windows. Browsers like AWeb, IBrowse and
Voyager are used from AmigaOS Users to visit
my website. Available in German and English.
    

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Re: MultiOS Browser Test
Posted on 6-Mar-2004 11:00:36
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Hmm ..Woss all that about ?


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Re: MultiOS Browser Test
Posted on 6-Mar-2004 12:49:09
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From: Germany

You can test your browser if it supports the different things mentioned above.


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Re: MultiOS Browser Test
Posted on 7-Mar-2004 17:47:04
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I was under the impression Voyager for AmigaOS and Voyager for QNX were two completely different browsers by two completely different teams that had no relation with each other whatsoever... so it's kinda misleading to say Voyager is also available for QNX under the AmigaOS section. There should really be two Voyager entries so as to highlight they aren't one and the same.

 
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multiosbrowser 
Re: MultiOS Browser Test
Posted on 2-Jun-2004 22:18:07
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From: Germany

dear lucifer,

thanks for your info about voyager. A long time has gone, now it is corrected.
Thank you...

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