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Any HTML5 compatible web browsers available for Puppy?
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ardvark


Joined: 01 Jul 2013
Posts: 1458
Location: USA

PostPosted: Sat 08 Mar 2014, 20:46    Post subject:  

Pete wrote:
Thank you ardvark that is helpful in seeing which browser scores the highest.


You're welcome, I'm glad it helped. Smile

Regards...
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greengeek

Joined: 20 Jul 2010
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Location: New Zealand

PostPosted: Mon 11 May 2015, 14:30    Post subject:  

There are some interesting figures posted in this thread. The browser I mostly use has a score of 336 out of 555. Part of the HTML5 spec is the extent to which your browser allows the remote code to take control of your PCs functionality. Based on what I see here there are times when I would prefer to use a browser that has a low HTML5 score, in the assumption that it reduces the risk of unintended consequences (ie, I might not want a site to grab control of my audio, my webcam, or my 3D video effects at all).

However, there may be other times where I want FULL access to the HTML5 feature set and get the whole whizzbang 3D video gaming experience or whatever. In considering which browser is capable of fulfilling the HTML5 spec I would like to see a browser that is set up as a fully static sfs if that is possible.

By this I mean that any missing libs on my system (currently Slacko 5.6) would be contained in the sfs, and all profile / HOME locations would be controlled within the sfs and not contaminate existing profiles or, for example, mozilla shared directories. I guess this would be:

- Fully configured HTML5 browser
- "Portable" by design (not contaminating other pre-existing files)
- "Static" by design (self contained and not lacking any libs)
- Constructed as sfs so that I can keep it isolated and tidy.

Does anyone already have such a thing? Is it compatible with (ie not interfering with) other low-scoring browsers that you already use for basic, more secure purposes?
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grump


Joined: 10 Oct 2011
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Location: Melbourne, Oz

PostPosted: Mon 11 May 2015, 17:05    Post subject:  

My results:
YOUR BROWSER SCORES 523 OUT OF 555 POINTS
You are using Chrome 42 on Linux

Google Chrome 42 on FatDog64.
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