Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'PowerPC Macs' started by nelly22, May 9, 2015.
Anybody know web browser for 10.4.11 which supports fairly recent HLS (HTTP Live Streaming) draft?
The best possible candidate is TenFourFox, especially if you can get the current beta (it's around Firefox 38 iirc).
These are the only two browsers that are actively being developed under OS X, but the other one (Leopard Webkit) is 10.5 only. So your only chance is TFF.
You could try Classilla, BUT Classilla is still playing catch up with all of the Mozilla updates. Plus, it works on the innards of OS 9 instead of X (meaning you need Classic running). It's going to be awesome when Classilla is caught up and right now it's a pretty usable state, but I don't think it'll work for you.
Just a sidenote here.
31.6.0 is the latest beta. 38 is about three weeks away and has taken quite some months of Cameron Kaiser's time.
31.7.0 is expected to be released some time this weekend.
TenFourFox is by far the most updated and feature-full PowerPC browser. If you need a feature, the best place to look is TenFourFox. Cameron Kaiser is doing a great job with keeping it up to date for PPC users!
Unsure if these would,but might be worth a try.
Keep in mind that Roccat links against the default WebKit frameworks in Leopard unless you update them to Leopard WebKit. If you don't, you are looking at compatibility and security issues.