Sleipnir, Portable Edition (web browser with character readibility) Released! Sleipnir, Portable Edition

The luxury, advanced Web browser… (ta.o) is pleased to announce the release of Sleipnir, Portable Edition. It’s the Sleipnir browser bundled with a launcher as a portable app, so you can take your browser, bookmarks, and most settings on the go.
   It’s partially open source freeware for personal use.
   It’s also packed with the latest Adobr Flash Player plugin ^( portable.
Learn more about Sleipnir… ^(

Change Log

Latest update includes:

    • Blink (Chrome / 73.0.3683.103)
    • “User Agent” added to the tab right-click menu
    • Added “Save entire page to image” to the right-click menu of Web view (Blink)
    • Added “Display” to the menu button
    • Extension can be rearranged with drag & drop
    • Adjusted the behavior of media playback
    • Adjusted the behavior of protected tabs

Sleipnir change log details… ^( Installer / Format

Sleipnir Portable is packaged in a Installer so it will automatically detect an existing installation when your drive is plugged in. It supports upgrades by installing right over an existing copy, preserving all settings. And it’s in Format, so it automatically works with the Platform including the Menu and Backup Utility.


Sleipnir Portable is available for immediate download from the Sleipnir Portable ^( homepage. Get it today![]

Smash Ultimate’s new ‘go well with up’ event features an underrated as hell Nintendo character

Smash Ultimate's new 'suit up' event features an underrated as hell Nintendo character screenshot

Not each event in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate slaps, however this one prominently features Party Phil, so it laws via default.

If you have not heard of Party Phil, there is excellent explanation why for that: he used to be more or less despatched off to die within the Wii Party sequence (at the side of Party Penny), which by no means in point of fact took off. This Ray Bolger Scarecrow-ass puppet is all the time in a position to move and his complete objective in lifestyles is to simply pump you up and display you a great time. Who does not love a joyous puppet that speaks gibberish? This dude must be far more well-known.

So why is he related? Well Smash Ultimate‘s “Suit Up!” spirit event begins on May 17 and can characteristic dapper characters like Metal Gear Solid‘s Kaz Miller, Animal Crossing‘s Digby, and naturally, Party Phil. Or, as Nintendo places it: “Spirits dressed in ties or bow ties deliver a slightly of sophistication to the Spirit Board on this event. Defeat them in fight to earn further snacks.”

As a reminder you’ll be able to use this software ^( to find each spirit within the recreation.