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kfm as surrogate web browser
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: kfm as surrogate web browser
- From: "James Moore" <jim_(_dot_)_moore_(_at_)_firelinedsl_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Sun, 3 Sep 2000 19:34:09 -0500
- Reply-to: jim_(_dot_)_moore_(_at_)_firelinedsl_(_dot_)_com
In case anyone's interested...
I've been poking around in KDE since installing it last week & learned
that the kfm applet (K File Manager) makes a pretty decent web browser.
In weaning myself from Windoze I've found it helpful in accessing
documentation (e.g. the openbsd.org FAQ) without having to bounce back
& forth... it saves some wear & tear on my KVM switch :)
One thing I've noticed is that kfm apparently doesn't read/display .gif
files (probably due to Unisys' stink), so the fish on the openbsd
homepage doesn't display. Maybe someone oughta' change that to a jpeg
or png ??