Hi. First of all, excuse my english. I've got an idea that can be very useful and perhaps good to implement it on k-meleon: that is, a web "map". Gonna explain it : when u load a page, previews of linked pages to the original one appears in a column or in a independent frame/window. This can be useful when you're searching for something specific that isn't only text (search using only text in internet nowadays is really desesperating sometimes, google, try, google, try, google, try...). Of course the "preview" could be enabled/disabled, and linked (for example, with a simple picture of an arrow) to the original page. It can be used to mark a more detailed historial too. In fact, it only will be a diagram / map of webs, (or like Vista preview of images, it can be this way too)
Another improvement can be a real zoom of the page, scaling images as well, and a pan option like autocad / iphone. For big pages it will be very useful, at least esthetic for the others, and it can break the nowadays limit of the browser width. I've got in mind a "continue web", where not only the URL typed are showed but too that linked with (at least preloaded), so when u got mouse near a link automatically it is preloaded and previewed next to the original page, so u really "navigate" throught internet.
Well, thanks for reading. For anything pls contact me : firstname.lastname@example.org