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What about extensions for existing browsers ?
You talk about creating a browser without even a differenciation
which makes the idea irrelevant. And I'm not even talking about the
resources as some of you might have mentioned.
But on the other side, browser extensions might actually be a good
especially for Firefox and Chrome. Opening an odt directly in you
via a LibreOffice extension for example ?
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