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Great find lagagnon, ...
The only disadvantage I see to using H3V is where they say it takes long to load while it's rendering it's buttons and components.
Quote from: M0E-lnx on October 05, 2007, 08:31:06 amThe only disadvantage I see to using H3V is where they say it takes long to load while it's rendering it's buttons and components.And I don' t think there is any way around that (despite the author's hopes for the future) as it is using the Tk toolkit, which is a scripted language - very easy to program GUI stuff in - but rather slow to show.
a terminal broswer,which renders images without even the need of X... interesting
-Links runs in graphics mode (mouse required) on X Window System (UN*X, Cygwin), SVGAlib, Linux Framebuffer, OS/2 PMShell, AtheOS GUI -Links runs in text mode (mouse optional) on UN*X console, ssh/telnet virtual terminal, vt100 terminal, xterm, and virtually any other text terminal. Mouse is supported for GPM, xterm, and OS/2. Links supports colors on terminal. -Tables, frames in both graphics and text mode, builtin image display in graphics mode -Builtin image display for GIF, JPEG, PNG, XBM, TIFF in graphics mode