Author Topic: Making OS 9 render sites - fixing rendering engine on web browsers.  (Read 1871 times)

Offline Roman323

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Hello,

As a huge supporter of keeping OS 9 alive, is there a way or is someone working on a way to get websites to render correctly ? OS 9 has the potential to be restored with the ability to browse the web, but we need to get the right CSS rendering codec places inri one of the browsers. I admire Classila however, I see itís been almost 5 years since the latest update to classila. I wish I knew how to program, but sadly I never learned. Is it possible to disassemble the web browsers of IE5.1.7 and Netscape to get websites to render correctly ?

If Windows 98/2000/XP can use the internet and render websites normally, surely OS 9 can ???

Thoughts ?

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Re: Making OS 9 render sites - fixing rendering engine on web browsers.
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2020, 12:28:31 AM »
windows XP supports higher versions of firefox than OSX 10.7.6 on a G5.
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Offline teroyk

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OSX 10.7.6 on a G5.

Whou where you get Lion for PPC??
I bought my first new Mac when OS X 10.1 released. And I bought that Mac because it had Mac OS 9 too. And I bought my first 68k Mac when Apple stopped PPC Macs.