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takemehomegrandma 12-25-2012 05:00 AM

Odyssey 1.18 for MorphOS released!
The MorphOS Web Browser Odyssey has been released in version 1.18!

Odyssey is a fast and lean webkit based (same as Apple's Safari and Google's Chrome, etc) web browser made in a true Ibrowse/Amiga browsing fashion, that goes way beyond what Ibrowse ever was by incorporating state of the art HTML5, CSS3, JS etc features found only in the very latest versions of other platform's state of the art browsers.

News in this release are (from the release notes):


- 24.12.2012: Odyssey Web Browser 1.18 "Broken arm" release.
- Updated to WebKit r127386 (September 2012)
- Reworked forms elements default theme (buttons, checkmarks, strings, ...).
- Updated HTML5 MediaPlayer controls to work with the new WebKit behaviour. Look
is slightly updated as well.
- Modified the handling of autocompleted login/password forms to be more compliant with
WebKit internals.
- Exposed localstorage option to global and per-url settings.
- Changed some security settings to allow document upload in Google Docs/Drive.
- Enabled more HTML5 features, now scoring 392+16 bonus points at
- Updated main browsers useragents to their current version.
- Updated Youtube.js to deal with Youtube latest changes.
- Updated WebCore fonts downloader.
Download it from the usual location, or by using one of the following direct links:

Normal version:
No-SVG version:


Karlos 12-25-2012 05:24 AM

Re: Odyssey 1.18 for MorphOS released!
Festive fun from Fab!

Dragster 12-25-2012 09:28 AM

Re: Odyssey 1.18 for MorphOS released!
Fab releases hence Fab rulez!!!

Templario 12-26-2012 04:13 AM

Re: Odyssey 1.18 for MorphOS released!
Fantastic and need update!

Duce 12-26-2012 05:05 AM

Re: Odyssey 1.18 for MorphOS released!
Super program, works like a champ! Thanks a bunch.

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