So far, for my pages anyway, it appears to render my pages the same as Konqueror. It does appear to have some newer features (or maybe my Konq is out of date). I see the opacity in CSS is working (woohoo! my DHTML fading tricks work on it). The XML/XSLT transform appears to be at least as good as Firefox/IE (completely broken in Konq). I'll find more as I experiment with it.
I've tried to give a little bit of a shakedown though, nothing thorough. I like it if a browser can support common (to me) keyboard shortcuts.
- ctrl-l and alt-d will bring the focus to the address bar
- ctrl-k puts the focus on the search bar
- ctrl-t starts a new tab
- ctrl-w will close the current tab
- alt-left/right arrows nav forward and backward
At first glance, it appears to be a decent addition to the web browser collection. More variety is a good thing.
Update: ok, ctrl-pgup/pgdn does not work to switch between tabs. suck
I've got to find the keyboard shortcut to switch between tabs.