Another minimal web browser with vim-like bindings, but in Python in this time
Roland aims to be modular yet complete, with a small code base. It currently comes in at ~3000 lines of code, yet provides...
Roland tries to provide as little UI as possible, because that way there's less reason to use the mouse. It uses libnotify for notifications (e.g. errors, download progress) and an entry field for all other input. Roland aims to have NO popup windows of any kind, nothing that is not controllable via the keyboard. If you find one, it's a bug.
Roland supports multiple profiles. Specify which profile you want to use with
roland --profile jake to load the 'jake' profile.
If not specified, the profile is set to 'default'.
This affects history, cookies, session and stylesheet data.
Just like Firefox's chrome.css, this allows you to style pages with your own
custom CSS. Found at
Configuration goes at ~/.config/roland/config.py. See
BSD license, 3-clause.