like the fullscreen mode of Opera (F11 toggles fullscreen mode, as
with most other browsers). The essay 'About Lionel' can't
in fullscreen mode, so toggle F11 to regular mode to read the essay.
Actually I prefer viewing net art in Opera to
all other browsers because of its fullscreen-no-browser-chrome mode.
Better than IE because
IE when you mouse the top or bottom of the screen, an IE menu comes
up. Whereas Opera does not do that. You do need to remember the F11
fullscreen toggle key though.
Internet Explorer 4+: Works well except see the above note which makes Opera better.
Firefox 0.8: Can go fullscreen-no-browser-chrome. Have heard that the
bottom-right nav arrows disappear sometimes in HTML pages.
Netscape 7.1+: Works fine. Can't go fullscreen-no-browser-chrome.
Internet Explorer 5.2+: Works better than the two below
for Shockwave work.
1.2.3: Sometimes when
you click, you have also to move the mouse in order for
the click to take effect. This happens not just concerning Shockwave
but also plain HTML content. Also, sometimes when you proceed
to a new page, all you see is a white screen. To remedy this, go
back. Then go forward. These two bugs are annoying but if you know
about them you should be OK to view the piece with Safari.
displays two problems viewing On
Lionel Kearns that make it unfavorable or impossible to view
with FireFox. The navigation in On Lionel Kearns is,
typically, either via clicking on the main item on the screen,
to advance, or by clicking the arrows often displayed at lower-right
of the screen (to advance or go back). Firefox either obscures
these arrows at bottom right or they are not visible at all. Try
pressing F3 to fix this. Also, it will not load the first