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Conkeror is a keyboard-oriented, highly-customizable, highly-extensible Web browser based on Mozilla XULRunner, written mainly in JavaScript, and inspired by exceptional software such as Emacs and vi. Conkeror features a sophisticated keyboard system, allowing users to run commands and interact with content in powerful and novel ways, and it is self-documenting, featuring a powerful interactive help system.

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Recent releases

  •  03 Oct 2009 03:37

    Release Notes: This version includes many small bugfixes and implementations of small features, marking a stable point in development before some more major changes planned for the next version.

    •  13 Feb 2005 08:40

      Release Notes: This release features Firefox support, improved numbered links, numbered images, and some bugfixes.

      •  08 Nov 2004 08:09

        Release Notes: This release features universal argument support, the switch-to-buffer defaults to the last visited buffer, the kill- buffer prompts for a buffer, there is improved window splitting, C-RET now opens the numbered link in new buffer, and there were improvements to save-link.

        •  03 Nov 2004 16:40

          Release Notes: Web jumps (like firefox keywords), primitive window splitting, an M-x interface, and better key handling were added.

          •  28 Oct 2004 20:48

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            03 Dec 2004 09:44 cneumann

            This is just what I wanted. It has the power of mozilla but is easy to use with the keyboard. Nice!


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