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Browser that has true text reflow, pie control, and flash support

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By CCJ22, Senior Member on 6th April 2014, 11:21 PM
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Does such a browser exist?

Looking for true text reflow, not that double tap zoom... But where you zoom in manually and it keeps reflowing text to show up on the screen.

-Looking for flash support in the browser with 4.4.x

-Looking for pie controls like the AOSP browser has in the labs section.


Any advice?
 
 
7th April 2014, 01:39 AM |#2  
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Not sure, but have you checked out Firefox? It supports add-ons and it has text reflow.

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9th April 2014, 01:12 AM |#3  
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I use dolphin browser and it works with pie and does run flash too
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I use dolphin browser and it works with pie and does run flash too

Are you sure it has the same pie feature as aosp browser? Also known as quick controls?
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We'll I use pie from gravitybox settings from expose framework module but I don't think dolphin it self has does capabilities.
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Not sure, but have you checked out Firefox? It supports add-ons and it has text reflow.

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no text reflow in firefox, its removed. a shame really...
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no text reflow in firefox, its removed. a shame really...

What...

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What...

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Try on latest CM11 and you'll see
http://www.androidpolice.com/2014/01...t-coming-back/
It's a shame..
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Try on latest CM11 and you'll see
http://www.androidpolice.com/2014/01...t-coming-back/
It's a shame..

Well... that's disappointing! Didn't see that one coming...

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I'm exactly searching for the same thing... Text reflow, Flash and pie control (quick control).
I don't understand why the others browsers doesn't have those essentials features...

Any ideas ?


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Originally Posted by CCJ22

Does such a browser exist?

Looking for true text reflow, not that double tap zoom... But where you zoom in manually and it keeps reflowing text to show up on the screen.

-Looking for flash support in the browser with 4.4.x

-Looking for pie controls like the AOSP browser has in the labs section.


Any advice?

29th May 2014, 01:37 AM |#11  
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im back to 4.2.2!! without AOSP with quick Controls, are all Browser chid for me. Chid on Kitkat...

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