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MicroDot II1.4.4  (1.4.17)
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Voyager³3.2  (3.3.125)
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AmigaNCP2.2a
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AmTalk2.3
AmTelnet2.4
MetalWEB4.0.1
MicroDot I1.18
mFTP II1.2

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MorphOS PPC Operating System
The Best Amiga Web Browser

Voyager is now in it's 3rd generation. For years, it has been leading Amiga browser development, always striving to keep the Amiga platform in sync with the evolving standards of WWW technology. And development is far from stopping now...

We've created a web site esspecially for V³ users. Head over to The V³ Portal for up-to-date information, useful links and more!

Please remember, V³ is shareware. If you use it, please buy the software and help support Amiga software development.

Download V³ now, and see why it's the best Amiga web browser.

There is a V³ Mailing List run by VaporWare for users to discuss the software. Please feel free to sign up for it, your question may be answered there.

Features
  • HTTP/1.1 connection keepalive, content negotiation and resume support
  • FTP connects keepalive and resume support
  • SSLv2, SSLv3 and TLSv1 encryption support, with up to 168 bit keys
  • 'Javascript' (ECMA-Script) scripting support
  • Low Level Plugin API supporting embedded objects
  • Fully user-controllable GUI with custom control panel placement, configurable navigation and fastlink buttons.
  • Macromedia Shockwave Flash compatible Player
  • Versatile Bookmarking system utilizing ContactManager
  • Internal web page editing with HTML tag highliting
  • Internal GIF, JPG, PNG, XBM decoding
  • Image buffers in Fast RAM


Voyager Mailinglist: Archive Subscribe · Voyager FAQ

Other Voyager related resources: (suggest a link)
The V³ Portal  Voyager FAQ  W3.org
W3 HTML Validator  Browserwatch
 
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