Poll: Links2 or Dillo?
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Links2 8 88.89%
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links2 (textual) vs dillo (graphical) - Desktop Customization & Workflow
lee
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IMO links2 is the winner. It just looks SO much cleaner.
I'd be glad to do more of these tests if anyone is interested.

-Lee
venam
links2
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Mafia
(21-04-2013, 03:34 PM)NeoTerra Wrote: links2 by a long shot.

^
j0lly
(21-04-2013, 01:28 PM)venam Wrote: links2
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is that the framebuffer version with gtk?
I used it for some times and run very well!

Have to say i never tried Dillo, but link2 is very powerful browser!
venam
(22-04-2013, 04:25 AM)j0lly Wrote:
(21-04-2013, 01:28 PM)venam Wrote: links2
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is that the framebuffer version with gtk?
I used it for some times and run very well!

Have to say i never tried Dillo, but link2 is very powerful browser!
gtk? What do you mean? This runs like that, in a framebuffer, without X.
Okeg
w3m masterrace!
zygotb
Links2 looks nicer.
Mafia
(22-04-2013, 11:47 AM)Vizaari Wrote: w3m masterrace!

^
Dritz
I've used links2, dillo, and w3m.

links2 > w3m > dillo

I use 'links2 -g' all the time on my debian ancient computer. w3m is still nice for the textual simplicity when I'm reading a manual or something. I've heard some people use it for HTML parsing. Interesting...