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Re: Firefox and the broken about:login, a temporary workaround
from Sad Clouds:
> I use Opera browser on Linux, but I don't think there is a native
> version for NetBSD. I've stopped using Firefox a very long time ago,
> it's too bloated and impossible to build on older architectures like
> sparc64 (unless you use an old version of firefox) and it is still
> riddled with bugs, etc.
> So what are the alternatives for NetBSD? Is there a lightweight
> browsers that works reasonably well with HTML5? Last time I looked a
> few years ago, I didn't seem to find anything interesting.
You could try Otter Browser, which is an open-source browser that tries to provide the functionality of Opera: available for Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD, Haiku and others.
I use Otter Browser for online banking, for which I make use of the ability to fudge the user-agent string.
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