#25795 - 11/14/0204:04 AMNo more Internet Explorer!!!!
i have started using <a href="http://www.mozilla.org/projects/chimera">chimera</a>. its only at version 0.6, but its blazing fast compared to internet explorer, its got a pop up blocker, tabbed windows and did i mention speed? <br><br>nice cool little features like a "view page source" button can be added into the toolbar too. you can set it up to automatically open say 5 different MacNews sites in one tabbed window with one click.<br><br>they are saying that this is most likely the web browser apple is going to start shipping instead of internet explorer.<br><br>anyone else tried chimera?<br><br>www.clubmedia.com<br>
LOL... where have you been... this browser has been around for a long time now. And yes, we've heard of it. In fact, we had a thread about it about a week or two ago. Why did you create a username just to promote chimera? Was it to show off your web address in your sig?<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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#25799 - 11/14/0205:39 AMRe: No more Internet Explorer!!!!
i didn't create a username to post this thread, i have posted before... i didn't ask if you had heard of it, if anyone had used it... but of course i have stock in chimera so i just did this to promote chimera... smart guy... <br><br>and yes i just started using it today and absolutely love it, that is why i posted multiple places seeking responses and hopefully tips...<br><br>www.clubmedia.com<br>
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