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unusual browsers

posting this from a psp

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sorry, wanted to try something out

details: Prince of Persia: revelations

Built-in webbrowsers. It had an update for webbrowsing on the game Wink

What you think?

EDIT: I am probably the first person to access this site from a PSP Blum 3

worked perfectly on it. Way to go BDub for making a standard code site Biggrin

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nice im about to try to post

nice im about to try to post using my dreamcast

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wow...a dream cast i've alway

wow...a dreamcast i've always wanted one of those too. i've posted to here from a web tv box before

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PSP AF

I actually accessed AF from a PSP about 4 wks ago on a friend's unit. I didn't do any posting, though. I found the browsing interface to be somewhat user unfriendly. (... and seeing only about 1/6th or less of the page at a time is a bit painful)

My $0.02

CM

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i guess im the winner

applefritter is the first page i went to when i got my PSP back in december, in fact its the only sith that i have bookmarked. posting is a pain, but for general browsing i think that the psp is just fine. beats the heck out of a fone

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I reguarly go to Applefritter

I reguarly go to Applefritter from my Treo. The page formats quite nicely on the small screen.

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I have acessed 'friter from a

I have acessed 'friter from a phone Sad ouch... Biggrin

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ok here i am posting on my dr

ok here i am posting on my dreamcast. i couldent connect to the net for awile cause of the phone cord was messed up. but here it is me
posting on my dreamcast

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Hmm

anyone wanna find out if their "wierd" browser can display Flash plugins,check my website @

http://www.timcdesigns.com

It uses flash as a supplimental site navigation scheme. I'm also curious how it renders

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ok i went there on my dreamca

ok i went there on my dreamcast useing planetweb 2.6 that version has shady java and flash support but everything showed fine . the only problem i had was when i moved the cursor over the bitton's the image flickered a bit when my pointer was moving and they didnt click for me to a degree. only if a catched it just right when the image would flicker darker then it would work.

trying planetweb 3.0 it has better java and flash support

EDIT

ok just got done with useing planetweb 3.0 and the site works as it should the buttons highlight as they should abd are clickable everything is 100% with planetweb 3.0 on your site

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COOL

Thanks for being my beta-tester, Madmax. You get a cookie Smile

What would be really cool is to do one of those style-sheet driven sites that detects small devices and formats the pages for it

peace out

-idweeb

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i know a site that sort of do

i know a site that sort of does that www.psilocybindreams.com detect's what browser you use like if your useing planetweb, dreampassport, pc, the page is diffrent for each and has diffrent content. that is my friends site

i didnt try XDP on your site. i will tonight.

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well, in ubuntu here, you hav

well, in ubuntu here, you have the usual Firefox, which is now a version behind (1.5.0.3), and mozilla 1.7.12. what's odd is that the other componants of the mozilla suite can be downloaded individually. so, if you just wnat the mozilla browser, you can download it. but if you want the composer, mail/newsgroups, and chatzilla, you can download them seperatly.

there are also a few not very well know browsers in the repositories. the best lesser known browser is Epiphany, which some say is faster than FF. elinks, which is a text browser baised on lynx. Galeon, which is baised on Mozilla's gecko rendering engine, and is very resource light, and the oddest one, Kazehakase, which offers plugins for rss, BOOKMARKS, and google search. so from the sound of it, that one doesnt come with a bookmarks tool.

personaly, I use firefox. it's lightweight (for the most part), starts in 10 seconds, which isnt too bad, and it gets to a page quickly.

-digital Wink

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Speaking of lynx, this is fro

Speaking of lynx, this is from lynx on XP. I keep it around for testing things time to time...

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