K-Meleon 0.9.12 browser released

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  1. Meltdown

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  2. ronjor

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    Thanks. :thumb:
     
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    K-Meleon with the Knoia theme.
     

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    I'd like to try this when it reaches 1.0.:cool:
     
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    It's great to have now just to experience the speed. :D
     
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    Greetings Ron........how safe?
     
  7. devilish

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    Wow it makes firefox 1.5 and Opera 8.5 look like a snail man!!
     
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  9. Bob D

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    Me too, but don't hold your breath.
    Original developers / admin.s. are no longer involved.
    A "friendly takeover" of the project is under consideration by a loose knit group of well-meaning developers / devottees of the "Green Lizard", trying to pick up the pieces where things were left off.
    Great bunch of dedicated guys, but there is no real unified core for organized development.
    I sincerely wish them best of luck, as K-meleon is too good to be allowed to wither on the vine.
     
  10. K-Lopr

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    after trying k-meleon it's now added to the recommended browsers. not as powerful as firefox, or opera, i think ..but it's nice, especially since its opensource and easy to use/config, and fast at loading it can be considred my (when windows is slow) browser because others like firefox and opera can take to long (too many extensions, custimzations ect) to load, besides lynx (which is like going back to dos) which is fast but not as easy to use. all four browsers are recommended
     
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    Well the main strength with open source (security)projects would be its rates of frequently updates, which I´m afraid, isn´t K-Meleons melody...However, if you want to speed up the download times, then do not hesitate, K-Meleon would be your choice...:thumb:

    Regards, C.
     
  12. bellgamin

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    Actually there are so MANY new K-mel builds/releases nowadays that it boggles the mind -- about one per week recently. Just check the K-Mel forum & see for yourself.

    The new *K-Mel team* works closely together, & knows their stuff. Plus the forum's community of K-mel fanatics includes some smarter-than-the-average-bear computer geeks to give moral support & constructively test new builds.
     

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    I am wondering if you have compared them after using Firetune with FF .....
    http://www.totalidea.com/freestuff4.htm if not you might want to give it a try :)
     
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    Yes there is, but isn´t most of the releases from different groups developing K-Meleon independently from eachother, if I have understood everything correctly? And if that is the case I totally agree with you, it is confusing...

    Regards, C.
     
  15. Bob D

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    @ bellgamin
    I loiter about the "Green Lizard" forum often, being a K-mel devotee, and couldn't help but notice there's a character there posting with the same handle as you! (You should sue)
    Never mind, coincidence, I'm sure. ;)

    cheers
     
  16. fddf

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    Re: made it'self default after i said no.

    damn k-meleon made its self the default browser how do i get firefox to be default again?
     
  17. Acadia

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    It's been a while, about six months, since I've tried this bear, oops sorry, I mean lizard, about time that I give it another try. :cool:

    Acadia
     
  18. dfdgdfgdf

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    k-meleon made itself default browser after i said how do i make firefox default again? i tried tools>options>general already.
     
  19. Cerxes

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    try start - programselection/standardprogram - adapt...
     
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