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Kazehakase

Kazehakase is a Web browser which aims to provide a user interface that is truly user-friendly and fully customizable. It supports tabbed browsing, a "remote bookmark" feature (through RSS) in a menu or sidebar, a variable UI to adapt to the user's skill level, and customizable mouse gestures and key accelerators.

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  •  03 May 2007 09:32

    Release Notes: Handling of the GTK+ web-core rendering engine was improved. Handling of the tasman (IE on Windows) rendering engine handling was also improved. An item that sets a layout engine in the preferences was added. A bug that prevented session saving was fixed along with a problem with making thumbnails. Skippable ports are now omitted with HTTP. Cz-po was updated.

    •  03 Apr 2007 11:51

      Release Notes: The rendering engine algorithm is now modulated to each engine (Gecko and GTK+-WebCore). This release was adapted to the latest GTK+-WebCore. It is now possible for compile the browser with VC++ on Windows, but it can't use any rendering engines.

      •  29 Jan 2007 22:40

        Release Notes: A module for history searching has been added. Support for Rast has been dropped. An XSM mechanism is supported.

        •  29 Nov 2006 19:14

          Release Notes: Incorrect labels in the Certificate Properties dialog have been fixed. This release uses ruby_disable_message for Ruby extension. Compile problems on NetBSD have been fixed. A bug in the purge_history_file_by_timestamp() function has been fixed.

          •  30 Oct 2006 04:37

            Release Notes: This release supports a gzipped favicon. It uses /favicon.ico as a favicon when the page does not indicates a favicon using the "link" tag. The speed of ending the application has increased.

            Recent comments

            06 Apr 2007 11:59 LordFalcon

            Re: Really nice little browser!


            > I wish there were more documentation,

            > and compatibility with some addons, like

            > adblock.

            I acctually had adblock working with it... even documented on the wiki but since then I switched to bfilter since having each browser fend for itself is just lame...

            06 Apr 2007 11:39 noalternative

            Really nice little browser!
            I wish there were more documentation, and compatibility with some addons, like adblock.

            08 Apr 2006 10:54 Baldelario

            Excellent!
            Finally a truly light browser.

            Thank you very much

            10 Oct 2005 05:20 clawhead

            Very nice, but frequently crashes on my system
            This is the most promising browser project I've encountered in a long time -- all the features you'd want but much faster than others (e.g., the beloved Firefox). However, on my system (Slackware 10.2, kernel 2.6.13), every Kazehakase session eventually ends with a brutal application crash. If anyone could help me troubleshoot this, I'd be grateful, as I'd truly like to be able to use Kazehakase as my main browser. Thanks!

            25 Mar 2005 00:13 eore

            I like it!
            Thank you for your hard work!

            This is a very nice browser. It combines a lot of things that I like about other browsers all into one. I like the close buttons on the tabs and the mouse gestures like in Opera. I only used it a short while now, but I already think it's really cool!

            Mark.

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