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Re: Minimal Browser Capabilities

From: Kynn Bartlett <kynn-edapta@idyllmtn.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2001 18:44:38 -0800
Message-Id: <a0510101db84ee8fd4cd4@[10.0.1.3]>
To: Tina Marie Holmboe <tina@elfi.elfi.org>, w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
At 8:24 PM +0100 12/25/01, Tina Marie Holmboe wrote:
>   I do hope your gripe with Lynx isn't the fact that it doesn't support 100%
>   of the "dancing clown" syndrome; I have yet to see *any* browser which
>   fully support *every W3C standard* - including Lynx.

I have a "gripe" with Lynx?  No, I'm merely pointing out that it's
limited in what it supports and what it doesn't, and it shouldn't be
considered a full web browser by the standards of 2001-2002.

Whether or not other browsers support "every W3C standard" is
immaterial; if Lynx doesn't and something else doesn't, that means they
are both behind the times -- it doesn't magically make Lynx standards-
compliant.

By the way, I use Lynx a lot, but not as much as I could, because it
is _so_ limited in what it does.

Are you saying it _does_ do CSS, DOM, JavaScript, and the other
things I listed?  Nothing on the pages cited indicates that.

--Kynn

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