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Re: Netsurf development
Amigans Defender
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@jahc

fix the cursor
proper bookmarks browser
global history
tabs
file: protocol and improved local MIME types
scale (zoom)

Less important:
save entire page
printing
options GUI

Wait for new SDK:
various things to do with alpha channels
ssl
cairo renderer

@Granada
You can't in the current public version.

Chris


Edited by Chris on 2008/9/20 17:53:26
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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

Where do i get the missing dependencies?

ICU for example (or at least regex.h?)

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Raziel

I have yet to write the "how to compile" documentation. I'll send you a message privately.

Chris

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

I'm just curious, did you consider using the GTK-MUI wrapper in order to be able to use the existing GTK GUI? Would this not be more straight-forward than writing a completely new GUI?

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Re: Netsurf development
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@ncafferkey

I didn't consider it. Whether it would have made things easier or not, I have no idea. I suspect I would have ended up wrestling with GTK and MUI code trying to get it to work, neither of which I know anything about.

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

You did a lot of work ! any hope to see a working demo for Pianeta Amiga ?

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

See my followup PM

I'll do whatever i can to ease your coding life, if you wish

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Re: Netsurf development
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@nubechecorre

I won't be there but if one of the exhibitors wants to show it they can send me an email and get a newer build.

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Re: Netsurf development
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A picture says a thousand words, so I'll just paste a link to a picture in I think.
http://www.amigans.net/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=184

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

What kind of tab support NetSurf implements?

1) IBrowse 2.x : window close gadget close current tab;

2) Firefox 1.x : a close gadget right or left of tabs which close current tab;

3) Firefox 2.x and Sputnik: each tab has its close gadget;

Have Tabs a context menu (like IBrowse and Firefox, with which you can close current tab, other tabs, close all tabs, open a new tab) ?

When there are many tabs how is it manage this situation? Do they appear scrolltabs gadgets at the left and right of tabs?

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

Looks very promising! Looks like this will be my Sam browser in the future.

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

Looks very nice

@Shinky

I think that right now it's quite premature to stress Chris with that questions, let him to release somethings like a system tab before ...

Aniway, I like the Firefox 2.x/Sputnik method too

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Re: Netsurf development
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@ShInKurO

At the moment you can't close them I'll probably be adding a gadget to the left but at the moment the window close gadget is supposed to close them (as that's an unintuitive way of doing things, it won't be staying like that).

There are no context menus anywhere yet (except for forms).

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

WOW ! Look fantastic Thanks

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Re: Netsurf development
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wow! you are giving OWB some serious competition!
tabs and bookmarks is what i miss in OWB.

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Re: Netsurf development
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@spotUP

looks like OWB will have the more compatible engine + javascript, whereas Netsurf will have amazing speed + tabs. (Note: I'm guessing here!)

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Re: Netsurf development
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How's stability now?

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Re: Netsurf development
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*bump*

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Re: Netsurf development
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@jahc

Seems pretty stable to me, I've been using it as my main browser. Occasionally it refuses to work on certain sites, but in normal operation it tends not to crash,

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Re: Netsurf development
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@Chris

Great...

so...wheres the download link?

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