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.
|Tags||Internet Web Browsers|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux|
|Implementation||Ruby C++ C|
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.
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.
Release Notes: A module for history searching has been added. Support for Rast has been dropped. An XSM mechanism is supported.
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.
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.