Question: Safe Browsers for Strobe-Sensitive Users?
I have a strobe sensitivity. I haven't had clear-cut seizures, but I get migraines, visual trouble, balance/direction trouble, and other symptoms.
I currently use Firefox 52 esr, with dozens of accessibility tools. Firefox 57 and above break these accessibility tools, and while they may eventually replace them, they don't provide suitable migration tools. A couple Firefox spin-offs such as Waterfox are supposed to continue to support these tools. But Firefox is frustrating because, even with dozens of animation blockers, there are still too many migraine-triggers that get through.
I don't use Safari, partly because it doesn't let my disable the blinking cursor, which eventually triggers my migraines, and because I haven't found adequate flash-blocking and animation-blocking tools.
I have also tried Opera, Vivaldi, and Sleipnir, which would punch me with zooming animation, which *immediately* triggers my migraines. I haven't been able to get through the animated download page for Chrome, but I expect similar accessibility problems in that browser.
I had trouble reading Lynx, which runs in the terminal.
I don't know how to install Links, but it looks like it may be a viable option.
Can anyone suggest any other wb browsers which may be safe for strobe-sensitive users?
MacBook Air (11-inch Mid 2013), macOS Sierra (10.12.6)