Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 8th Jun 2009 11:29 UTC, submitted by Michal Bergseth
Morphos The MorphOS version of the Origyn web browser has been bumped to version 1.3. It comes with a long list of improvements and bug fixes. The OWB browser is used on a multitude of platforms, but recently it has been gaining a lot of popularity on AmigaOS4 and MorphOS because it's a small, fast, and modern WebKit-based browser. Since I'm currently borrowing a Sam440ep Flex machine with AmigAOS 4.1 from ACube so I can review the machine and the operating system for OSNews, I have access to OWB on Amiga and Amiga-like platforms, so read on for a few screenshots and some notes. Update: As commenters rightfully pointed out, I wasn't using the latest OWB version. The latest one does have tabbed browsing, as well as an updated interface. Check inside for a new screenshot.
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by chainq on Tue 9th Jun 2009 12:14 UTC
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2009-06-09

It's really silly to post OWB/OS4 screenshots into an OWB/MorphOS news item, as they're complettely different (both different ports from scratch), apart from the rendering engine. The MorphOS version has a totally different UI, with different layout, different features, different strengts and weaknesses.

With this attitude, you could even post Safari or Chrome screenshots, since they're also Webkit based... Sorry, to say that, but i really expect more from OSNews.

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