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dillo Web browser

Dillo Web browser is a very fast, extremely small Web browser that's written in C and C++. The source is around 600 KB, and the static binary is about 980KB. It is a graphical browser built upon FLTK-1.3, and it renders a good subset of HTML and CSS, excluding frames, JavaScript, and JVM support.

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  •  10 Apr 2014 11:15

    Release Notes: This release adds support for background images, improved image scaling, better linebreaking, improved embedding into other applications, OPTGROUP and INS support, some HTML5 elements, Web searching from the address bar, compilation on Hurd and IRIX, reaping of zombies, security fixes, and minor bugfixes.

    •  18 Apr 2013 20:01

      Release Notes: This release adds support for the CSS display property, fine-grained control over hyphenation, a domainrc mechanism to replace filter_auto_requests, UI color preferences, a keybinding to view source, a couple of text selection improvements, some form widget work, keyboard navigation improvements, better window titles, and fixes for bugs which cropped up.

      •  06 Dec 2011 13:43

        Release Notes: This release includes: HTTP digest authentication, more sophisticated handling of line breaks and whitespace, the CSS text-transform property, plus an important fix for users in Turkic locales.

        •  23 Sep 2011 21:37

          Release Notes: This bugfix release brings improved privacy, never sending or accepting third-party cookies. Also, the UI theme can be changed, keys can be set for paging left/right, and you can disable the dialog that pops up when quitting with multiple tabs/windows open.

          •  08 Sep 2011 18:18

            Release Notes: Dillo3 has shifted its toolkit library from fltk2 to the fltk 1.3 series. The experimental status of fltk2 had kept Dillo2 out of a number of distributions, but fltk 1.3 has already seen an official release. Dillo3 is the current stable branch. In the porting process, several improvements were made and many bugs fixed. The user interface was rewritten, and the internals simplified. Highlights: native build on OS X, on-the-fly panel resize, multiple search engines, faster rendering, and CSS adjacent sibling selectors.

            Recent comments

            12 Jan 2006 20:31 sabit

            Re: keyboard usage


            > dillo is great for my laptop, because it

            > is kind of a slow machine. But actually

            > dillo would be much better if it had a

            > type-ahead feature like Firefox, so that

            > it could be used better without a mouse

            > or these crude touchpads. :)

            I second that. Dillo UI development should keep it as much keyboard driven as possible.

            30 May 2004 08:59 jcid

            Re: HI, SOME ONE KNOW HOW CAN I......

            Answered in our mailing list...

            27 May 2004 09:54 virionbl

            HI, SOME ONE KNOW HOW CAN I......
            hi i'm needing to figure out how to change the setting on the start page on dillobut i cant find out it untill now, some one can offer me some tips about....
            i can change the home page on /etc/dillorc i use a guadalinex debian based distribution.
            But didnt figure how to change the start page setting.

            Thanking u
            in advance.....

            Virionbl

            15 May 2004 15:21 goosequill

            Twist My Arm Some More


            Because I use dillo as my default graphical browser, I am finding that it is

            enforcing its HTML standards on the webs I develop. Between dillo's strict

            parsing and that annoying little bug in the corner with its count of my

            failures, dillo twists my arm until I say, Uncle, and make the pages that

            are perfectly fine in Mozilla parse correctly in dillo too. Is this a love-hate

            relationship yet?

            13 May 2004 03:03 rvb

            keyboard usage
            dillo is great for my laptop, because it is kind of a slow machine. But actually dillo would be much better if it had a type-ahead feature like Firefox, so that it could be used better without a mouse or these crude touchpads. :)

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