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Konqueror
Konqueror is the KDE file manager, browser, and viewing application. It is part of the kdebase distribution, so resources and download information for Konqueror can also be found on the KDE Web site (http://www.kde.org). It is HTML 4.0 compliant, and supports Javascript, bidirectional scripts, SSL, almost all of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) 1 and most of CSS 2, and can house Java applets. As a file manager, it can display files in either tree or icon view, allows copying/moving/deleting by either drag-and-drop or cut/paste/delete, and provdes file properties and the ability to change file attributes. It automatically updates directories or deletes files without the user having to refresh or reload the directory. Konqueror can also view many different file types. It uses components (parts) to view various types of files; this functionality is not within Konqueror itself. This means that if you want to view a file that cannot already be viewed by a preexisting part, all you have to do is write such a part; there's no need to modify Konqueror itself.
Libchromiumcontent
libchromiumcontent builds the Content Module of Chromium as a shared library (libcc). This allows other projects (such as Electron) to use the Content Module without needing to use or build Chromium itself.
Liberapay-everywhere
The Liberapay browser extension enables Liberapay giving links on many popular websites: Bitbucket, GitHub and Twitter.
Links
An event-driven, interactive console Web browser that supports HTTP and FTP, proper HTML table and frame rendering, color or monochrome displays, and background downloads. It features user friendly menus, fast loading pages, bookmarks, and multiple character sets. Unlike Lynx and w3m, Links can handle multiple downloads and user input simultaneously.
Lynx
Lynx is a Web browser for users on both UNIX and VMS platforms who are connected to those systems via cursor-addressable, character-cell terminals or emulators (including VT100 terminals and desktop-based software packages emulating VT100 terminals, such as Kermit, Procomm, etc.). Lynx will display HTML documents containing links to files on the local system, as well as files on remote systems running http, gopher, ftp, wais, nntp, finger, or cso/ph/qi servers, and services accessible via logins to telnet, tn3270 or rlogin accounts.
MathGene
MathGene is a comprehensive JavaScript mathematics engine that delivers the ability to perform advanced numerical and symbolic mathematics processing of LaTeX expressions and send the output to pure HTML for rendering on a conventional web browser or via web server. MathGene has two modules: •mg_translate.js, which translates between LaTeX, HTML, and native MG format. •mg_calculate.js, which performs the calculations. mg_translate.js can be used without mg_calculate.js to perform mathematics rendering only. Both modules are required to perform calculations.
Mechanize
Stateful programmatic web browsing in Python, after Andy Lester's Perl module WWW::Mechanize .
Mechanoid
Mechanoid is a programmatic browser written in Python. It is intended as an engine which will do things like log in as SourceForge project admin and do a Quick Release or send and receive Yahoo mail. Mechanoid is a fork of John J. Lee's Mechanize.
Midori
Midori is a lightweight web browser, used as default in Trisquel Mini. Features:
  • Full integration with GTK+ 2
  • Fast rendering with WebKit
  • Tabs, windows and session management
  • Flexibly configurable Web Search.
  • User scripts and user styles support.
  • Straightforward bookmark management.
  • Customizable and extensible interface.
  • Extensions such as Adblock, form history, mouse gestures or cookie management.
Netrik
Netrik is an advanced text mode WWW browser. Its mission is to give you access to as much of the web as possible in text mode, without forsaking any possible comfort. To achieve that, netrik will need many advanced features, including multi-windowing, CSS, Javascript, HTML filtering/rewriting, and maybe some optional graphical capabilities. However, the goal is not to implement as many killer-features as possible; rather, the priorities are a really good user interface, and innovative new features not found in other browsers, making life easier and emphasizing the advantages of text mode. Presently, netrik has all what is necessary for basic web browsing; none of the advanced features are present yet. There are already a few nice little goodies, though.


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