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    Amaya

    what about Amaya ??

    I have Mozilla , Opera Netscape and IE

    and generally al works fine ( last version)

    but I am don't know what is Amaya waiting for

    your opinion ??

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    Amaya really isn't what I'd call a web browser. It works as a simple WYSIWYG editor, and serves as W3C's concept browser for certain web standards.

    But nobody really uses it to surf the web.

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    but

    but is it FULL CSS2/DOM ?

    or with a bit fantasy ?

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    No DOM because there is no scripting.

    It has a fair amount of CSS2 support, support for the various flavors of XHTML, basic XML support, and some native SVG and MathML support.

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    ok

    thank you !


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