Since the release of Classilla 9.2, I’ve noticed its increase in speed and overall performance on my Power Macintosh 9500/132 (which is at the moment the slowest Mac I’m running Classilla on), so I’ve put it to the test by just browsing all the sites I usually visit, and so far I haven’t encountered problems worth to mention. Small misalignments when rendering this or that site are fine by me, provided the general readability is not compromised.
For [Classilla] 9.2.1 I am actually going to incorporate Readability into Classilla as C-D-Article. This means Readability becomes chromed, meaning it will operate even with NoScript (well, in 9.2.1, Script-B-Gone) blocking scripts, and will make layout much simpler and help with troublesome sites until the 9.3 layout rewrite.
Let me know what you think of this or if anyone thinks this would be a bad idea.
I actually think it’s an excellent idea.