The Vimium C Web Extension by Dahan Gong has been updated more recently than other similar extensions (it was just updated 4 days ago).
Description from Mozilla's Firefox Add-ons Site (AMO):
Vimium C is an open source browser extension that provides keyboard-based inner-page navigation, browser tab operations, and an enhanced search panel, so you may ...
Try Lightning web browser which is licensed under MPL (Mozilla Public License) 2.0. When I was having an old phone I used to use this one works nice.
Lightweight web browser with following features:
Fast Start Times
Long-press a tab to delete it
Long-press the back button to exit the browser
No need for virus filter
It will be fast 10 years later, too
It is not a Windows
You have likely a media error. So, you need a new CD. Download a Windows XP in iso from anywhere, write it to a new CD, and use your legal license key to activate it.
You got what you want
Set browser.cache.disk.enable to false
Set browser.cache.memory.enable to true
Give some more space to memory cache if you like (defaults to 32M):
Create a new Integer entry browser.cache.memory.capacity if not already available and enter e.g. 131072 to give 128M.
Verify settings at about:cache
The canistream suggestion posted by Erik didn't work for me, but Google guided me to https://www.justwatch.com and it seems to fit like a glove. Will leave the question open to see if anyone comes up with a Chrome plugin that integrates with IMDB on the next couple of days, otherwise will stick to JustWatch.
I don't know of any existing software that can do that however I was able to quickly build an application for you. If you are willing to use it of course.
The application will load all your HTML files and you should be able to view them by selecting 1 and then navigate by clicking the up arrow and down arrow.
It also supports CSS and some basic JS if you ...
I'll skip the Opera part of the question since I don't use it these days, and since you're not open to FireFox plugins, I can suggest Tabs Outliner (http://tabsoutliner.com) from the Chrome web store. I'd assume it'll run well with macOS & your Chromium-compatible browser of choice too.
It would not give you a native UI of vertical tabs, nor might it ...
Would the TamperMonkey browser extension work for you?
Here's an example script I would write to fill the 'Mickey Mouse' fields on this page.
// @name New Userscript
// @namespace http://tampermonkey.net/
// @version 0.1
// @description try to take ...
With https://whereby.com/ you can provide video meetings in the browser. Your attendees just need to visit your custom link to whereby.
You can also share your screen and for small teams (up to 4 attendees) it is gratis.
This is not a code library but a software recommendation. Anyway, i hope this helps.
If you're on Windows then simply enable the Preview Pane by selecting the tab View > Preview Pane or press Alt+P. No need for any 3rd party software
You may want to make the pane wider to fit the web page better. I often use this to preview a large number of docx/xlsx/pptx/pdf... files
On Vista and Windows 7 the menu position is different
I now use the Markdown here browser extension for this.
Of course this is not HTML, as mentioned in my question, but it allows the emails to be edited "with code" (Markdown) and do CTRL+ALT+M to have the rendered output.
That's the closest solution I found to what I was looking for. Finally Markdown is even better than editing HTML directly (If you are ...
I managed to get Firefox 28 to work from Ubuntu Archive on my Athlon XP 1900+ running Ubuntu Precise 12.04.
Firefox 52 didn't work, but I didn't try Firefox 45.
Firefox 57 AKA "Firefox Quantum" now allows isolating tabs by introducing a "Contextual identities" AKA "Containers" API for extensions. Mozilla has released the Firefox Multi-Account Containers extension which takes advantage of this API.
Containers work by giving users the ability to place barriers on the flow of data across sites by isolating cookies, ...