Borland/Inprise will suffer my wrath.
I will no longer advocate their software because they have created such an abomination in their End User License Agreement. For them to even consider such agreements in their End User License Agreements, let alone write such abominations onto paper, is more than enough reason for me to not advocated their software.
I now envision and understand Borland/Inprise chooses to exist alongside Microsoft as such a company that tries to make me more of a slave everyday. From the bowels of my ass, I redirect ye Methane gas towards the entities of Borland/Inprise and Microsoft and I shoose to light a match; joyfully flaming them: engulfing them in a torturous mass of fire and fartstones.
Let the flaming begin!
Don't implement file downloading like commercial web browsers
Please try to program your file-downloading system by reference to the program "wget" and build a status monitor and frontend to monitor wget's status and intervene whenever necessary ie stopping a download, pausing a download(?), or tunneling through some sort of encryption layer. wget is a real nice program released under GPL by GNU software. If you use the file-downloading methods that Netscape and InternetExplorer implemented, then a user's file-download will be cut and it will be trivial to resume download. Referencing wget to run in the background to download a file would be awesome. Although you are the programmer and I think it would be easier this way, please do what you must to make file-downloading outside of your program because if your program were to crash, it would stop a file-download process in its tracks! I think this webbrowser can encroach on Microsoft Internet Explorer users who's downloads stop when IE crashes, like Netscape, like all other browsers. It'll keep the Dillo web browser fast in its own element and let file downloading be performed by another program that specializes in it. Thanks for such a great program. I hope you rename it soon because, in my most kind opinion, it is pronounced too closely with "dildo", and we want as much acceptance of this browser as possible.
Woah another idea ontop my head:
Shockwave flash is a good project to cover with the alternative Shockwave flash player package, specifcally the "flashplayer" program. It was listed here on freshmeat.net, but they took it off! Last time I checked was December 10, 2001 and it isn't here anymore. Same goes for sourceforge.net Strange, eh? That is the only shockwave flash player that I know of. If it was just now disbanded, contact me for a copy of it.