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>From: John Simmons <jsim@MELBPC.ORG.AU>
>Subject: Text based Web Browsers
>As a school project, I am looking to develop a java based text browser,
>similar to Lynx, that could be used on any java enabled box - eg. UNIX,
>Win95, WinNT, Mac etc.
>My major questions are:
>1. Is there still a need for a text based browser - am I wasting my time ?
>2. What are the "must haves" in a text based browser ?
>3. What is missing in say Lynx, that would be realy useful (eg. PDF
>4. Any other comments.
>Thanks in advance for any assistance...
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