Re: Opening Intellicast Causes Firefox to close
Quoting "Stephen P. Molnar" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
On 11/07/2017 01:50 PM, Will Mengarini wrote:
* Stephen P Molnar <email@example.com> [17-11/07=Tu 07:20 -0500]:
I'm not aware of any bank wise enough to offer an
HTML 1.0 interface that can be browsed by Lynx.
It's not that they're not wise enough, but that their web site
wouldn't be pretty enough. Gotta have bling, doncha know.
I have the impression that website/browser capabilities are
now far beyond being deterministic or even vaguely testable.
Remember, complexity is a weapon. (The KISS principle is a countermeasure.)
When the heavy hand of government is starting to look preferable
to market forces, we're in truly-late-stage capitalism.
(1) I am not a crook.
(2) America does not torture.
(3) Don't be evil.
I appreciate the replies.
I'm probably going to have to change browsers, although I like the
way the Firefox handles Speeddial.
Have you tried Seamonkey? It's a variant that I switched to back when
version 29 of Firefox changed its user interface in ways I didn't
like. I use Seamonkey on both Linux and Windows - it gets the job done.
firstname.lastname@example.org (Charlie Gibbs)