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Re: What happen to UtilityBase ?

Subject: Re: What happen to UtilityBase ?
by xenic on 2011/6/26 16:43:33

Maybe but to be compatible with IBrowse disabling CSS can be enough i think, altrough i can't find one single reason to support such museum browser ...

The old browsers can be useful for some things. I've been able to capture/download files that I couldn't get with OWB. For example, I tried to D/L some pictures from a camera review page and all I got with OWB was a "Forbidden" message. IBrowse downloaded the images from the links. I was able to access some otherwise inaccessible files with AWeb because they were in the disk cache. I can also save some Flash files (that I can't save with OWB) by setting up a MIME in AWeb with a "download" setting.

I hope Timberwolf will have an option for disk-caching. Disk caches aren't really that useful anymore, unless you want to access files that can't normally be saved directly from the Internet. Sorry for the OT post but maybe someone will speak up with some UtilityBase info if the topic stays on the recent page for a day or 2.
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