Three major rendering engines (Trident, Gecko and WebKit) have been integrated into a single web browser. The smart engine selector button next to the address bar makes it easy to switch between rendering engines and view any web page with the most suitable engine.
Familiar settings screen
If you want to configure Lunascape’s settings in addition to those of Lunascape itself, go to “Advanced settings for this engine” to configure the engine you are familiar with. This will open the usual and familiar browser settings screen.
Automatic engine switching
Do you use Firefox for normal use or Internet Explorer for banking sites? With the triple engine Lunascape, you can configure which engine to open a particular page in. You can set your favorite site to auto-engine-switch to always open that site in the engine of your choice.
Support for thousands of popular Gecko add-ons (Firefox add-ons), along with the previously supported Internet Explorer add-on and Lunascape add-on (Lunascape plugin), has been extended to provide a triple add-on environment. In addition, a floating sidebar, which allows multiple Gecko add-ons to run simultaneously and be displayed separately from the web browser, is now available. You can use the Gecko add-ons just like a desktop gadget.
Each tab can be cascaded in a split-screen view, and you can view the layout of all three rendering engines side by side to easily see the layout for each engine.
Full screen and wide screen
Press F11 to switch to full screen view. In full-screen mode, only tabs and web pages are displayed. In wide-screen mode, the top toolbar is automatically hidden. Move the mouse pointer to the top of the screen and the usual toolbars will slide into view.