__/ [ Spartanicus ] on Tuesday 21 February 2006 18:54 \__
> Andy Mabbett <usenet200309@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>Is there a browser, using the KHTML engine, available for Windows?
> No, although there is a project that aims to port the rendering engine
> to Windows (don't expect that to go anywhere).
> I use a Linux Knoppix boot CD which has Konquror(sp?) which uses the
> KHTML rendering engine.
You have a few valuable tools:
* http://BrowserShots.org - will show the screen output of both Safari and
Konqueror (both use KHTML
* http://khtml2png.sourceforge.net/ - Pretty neat!
* VMWare is now free, so you could install Linux (KDE) under your existing
* As pointed out already you could either
- Use one of the many Live CD's:
- Get a dual-boot setting: http://www.frozentech.com/content/livecd.php
- Connect to a remote Linux machine with KDE and X forwarding
Hope it helps,
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