Wow, really love it. Although I'm having a hard time finding any docs for it, but fumbling my way through.
I'm not sure this is the best place to discuss it generally either - if there is a better place other than just bug reports to github, let me know.
In the meantime, I'm overjoyed to get my html / css practice in on local files as well as general purpose browsing too.
Couldn't find the File > Open option, nor does CTRL-O seem to work, so I did it the canonical way to open files locally in the url bar. Note the *triple* slash
Erm, it isn't a bash script, just showing the url entry to fire up my own index.html file.
Using the mouse to control the scrollwheel works, but if you aren't careful, you can zoom the page too quickly, and the browser now chugs away forever on large pages with a lot of content.
Solution is to click the center of the zoomwheel, and then use left/right arrow keys for finer control of zooming. As indicated by the zoomwheel itself, just double-click the center of it to return to your native resolution.
Again, I don't know if this is a proper place to discuss the Fifth browser. I **love** it and know it is a work in progress.