MarmaladeFoo: Geminaut

GemiNaut

GemiNaut is a user friendly GUI client for the Gemini protocol by Luke Emmet. It aims to provide a comfortable and user friendly experience of Gemini on MS Windows.

In many ways it behaves just like a normal web browser, except it is for viewing gemini:// pages.

Gopher is now also supported since 0.8.6

What is Gemini?

Gemini is a protocol and text format designed to radically simplify the experience of writing and sharing hypertext content on the Internet:

  • https://gemini.circumlunar.space/ - Gemini Project home (on www)
  • Gemini Project home : gemini://gemini.circumlunar.space/
  • MarmaladeFoo now has a Gemini site: gemini://gemini.marmaladefoo.com

Key Features of GemiNaut

  • Attractive GUI with familiar browser navigation features
  • Focus on readability of content and ease of use
  • Smooth content wrap and flow
  • Content theming engine - view the same content in different visual themes or create your own
  • Automatic site based themes - help to distinguish one site from another
  • Easily distinguish links outside of Gemini (e.g. to HTTP web servers) from the link style
  • View source
  • Page level table of contents (Fabric and Dark themes)
  • Support Gopher protocol
  • Open source/GPL 3
  • Bookmarks

History

  • Current release, 6-Jul-2020 - version 0.8.6 - includes support for Gopher, and other minor improvements
  • For full details of updates and change history see GemiNaut history

Download

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Source

Fabric theme

Default "Fabric" theme - showing site specific themes. These automatic themes make it easier to find your way around Geminispace which does not have the usual visual theming we see on the web.

Dark theme

A variable width font dark theme - colours inspired by dark themes used in code editors.

Plain theme

A plain and simple theme focusing just on the content and nothing else.

Terminal theme

For all the terminal junkies out there, and others that like to live in the dark.