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is there any nonwebkit browser available for (x)ubuntu?

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Other than firefox, is there any other non-webkit browser available for (x)ubuntu 14.04?

posted Jan 1, 2015 by anonymous

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Besides "dillo", "konqueror", "lynx", "midori", "netsurf" and "w3m" there may be others.

answer Jan 1, 2015 by Majula Joshi
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Yes. Opera 12.15

answer Sep 9, 2016 by anonymous
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