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<p><em>NetSurf</em> is currently in beta. The latest version of NetSurf can be obtained from <a href=""></a>. As these builds are generated automatically from <a href="">CVS</a>, they are likely to be unstable and may crash your machine.</p>
<h3><a name="versions">Different Versions</a></h3>
<p>There are 32-bit and 26-bit NetSurf builds. The 26-bit versions are suitable for any processor up to StrongARM and the 32-bit versions will work on ARM6 and higher. Only the 32-bit versions will run on Castle's IYONIX pc.</p>
-<p>The 32-bit builds of NetSurf include extra features, not found in the 26-bit builds, although they require more memory. The additional features of the 32-bit build are:</p>
-<li>HTTPS support.
-<li>Can use RISC OS Select's ImageFileConvert to display PNGs with alpha channels.
-<p>We recommend the use of the 32-bit build for users of RISC OS 3.5 onwards.</p>
+<p>The 32-bit builds of NetSurf include https support, although they require more memory.</p>
<h3><a name="requ">Requirements</a></h3>
<p>NetSurf requires the <a href="">SharedUnixLibrary</a> to run. Also, you may need to download the <a href="">Acorn URI module</a>.</p>
<h2><a name="devel">Contacting the Developers</a></h2>
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<p>The following features have been implemented:</p>
<li>Basic HTML 4, including tables</li>
-<li>Parts of CSS (display, text-align, float, width &amp; height)</li>
+<li>Parts of CSS</li>
<li>Local and HTTP fetching</li>
-<li>Memory cache</li>
<li>External CSS files</li>
+<li>Memory cache</li>
<li><em>&lt;style&gt;</em> element</li>
<li>Encrypted HTTP or https (32-bit builds only)</li>
<li>Plugin System</li>
<li>View Source</li>
<li>Support for Acorn URI Protocol and URI files</li>
-<li>HTML forms, using GET method</li>
+<li>HTML forms, using GET and POST methods</li>
+<li>Browser authentication</li>
<p>The following is in progress:</p>
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<li>JPEG Support</li>
<li>GIF Support</li>
<li>File downloads (eg. zip files)</li>
-<li>HTML forms, using POST method</li>
<li>Improved Memory handling</li>
<p>We want to release a stable and fairly complete HTML / CSS browser before considering JavaScript support. To see what remains to be done in more detail, please see the <a href="">TODO lists</a>.</p>