I couldn't agree more... I've been frustrated with this for some time. I now understand that the financial sites require java and can only be viewed with:
Datek's website can be viewed with the latest publicly released versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator/Communicator, AOL, or Web TV
If something as basic as web TV is compatible, why are our "internet appliances" not doing this task? One of the links you provided mentioned that the browser was 1.6 meg. I'm not sure that browser would work with Audrey... Can someone tell us?
Thanks to all of you,
Details of QNX - Web Browsers & Tools - Web Browsers Opera 6.0 found below
License: Rating: Size: Date:
Adware 1.6MB April 12th, 2002
Opera now supports CSS, Java, Java-Script SSL and TLS.
Opera uses multiple windows to navigate the Internet, each one with its own history and home page settings. Other new features include integrated instant messaging, news, e-mail and a search function that's powered by Google.
It also integrates with WAP, which allows the user to browse sites that were written primarily for wireless devices.
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