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NetSurf: A Graphical Web Browser for Command Line (+ CSS 2.0 Support)

Nov 17, 2010, 23:05 (1 Talkback[s])

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"To be honest, Modern web pages ain't look pretty in CLI web browsers. Up until yesterday, the most kick-ass web browsing experience I had in Console was w3m with image viewing enabled. I was under the impression that this is best that CLI web browsers could do. However, all that changed when I stumbled upon NetSurf; a venerable independent web browser that has been around for nearly a decade and is available for many Platforms such as RISC OS, Amiga, BeOS, and UNIX-like systems (For both GTK and Framebuffer front-ends). Below is a screenshot of NetSurf FrameBuffer front-end in Debian on my Asus EeePC:"

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