(another) WebKit port of Browse

david at lang.hm david at lang.hm
Tue Jul 8 01:21:54 EDT 2008

On Tue, 8 Jul 2008, Mikus Grinbergs wrote:

>> Not everyone likes tabbed browsing.
> That may be true - but what if the user needs to reference two (or
> more) separate pages of information.  If while looking at one page
> he can't remember *exactly* what the other page said, he may want to
> switch between pages.  What are the alternatives to tabbed browsing?

multiple screens of browsing (currently only available by running multiple 
copies of browse, with the associated memory useage)

David Lang

> [To me, it is more logical to select a tab created under my control,
> than to select from the "previously-seen" list as presented by the
> Browse 'Back' button.  And to open several instances of the existing
> Activity seems wasteful.]
> mikus
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