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More mysterious matters... ;-)
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... What is this ??!...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5482530/fancybrowser.jpg

..... it sure ain't Timberwolf... so what is it.....?



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@alfkil

I love AmiCygnix but browsers arent its strong point so I'll respectfully wait patiently for TimberWolf

btw, any new news from the bros?

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Yeah, Timberwolf.... mmmmmmmm! 8-D

(Notice the super cool "[Not responding]" tag at the top..... Doh!)

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@alfkil

As browsers go, it isn't very fancy!

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@alfkil
Dunno. What is it? Is it a file browser or an Internet browser? Amicygnix is an awesome yet cpu demanding suite an Internet browser attempt running through Amicygnix will fail imho.

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@alfkil

Could it be Netsurf? I think there is a port for AmiCygnix also.

Edit:
Yes, the AmiCygnix tool package has a version of Netsurf so it could be that one.

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@broadblues

Hehe, you are spot on .

It's "just" the webkit engine in a Qt wrapper, and as you say, it's not really very fancy at all. Nevertheless, if I manage to get this one running, there is a much more elaborate demo-browser in the Qt package, that has tabbed browsing, download manager etc. And of course it's going to be rather slowish running in Amicygnix, but hey, there is going to be no native Qt before I have the X11 version up and running at full feature level .

For those of you, who should be interested in Qt, I can tell you, that all the command line tools, QtCore and QtGui are up and running, and all the simple widget examples work pretty much flawlessly, except for a few minor problems.

...and yes, I know this screenshot is actually rather pathetic, but still I have spent quite a lot of time and energy just getting to this point, so I thought I would at least show it to the public...

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@alfkil

Oh, so that is a port you are working on. Great! More software is always welcome. And QT would open more ports for AmiCygnix. Hope you are able to finally do an AOS QT native port.

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@emeck

Nope, it's not Netsurf . I have netsurf installed, and I think it works well, even through Amicygnix.

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