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rekonq Web Browser

   2.4.2  

KDE Web Application

Score 92%
rekonq Web Browser
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Link:  http://rekonq.kde.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7764
Submitted:  Dec 2 2008
Updated:  Jan 12 2014

Description:

rekonq is a web browser for KDE based on WebKit.




Changelog:

rekonq 2.4.2
- clear urlbar action added
- global zoom settings added
- faster suggestions in the urlbar
- work around favicons
- default tab width changed
- doc update
- bugfixes

rekonq 2.4.0
- added a simple ssh sync handler
- adblock improvements
- work on startup settings: load important things before, UI and then last things in the background
- bugfixing

rekonq 2.3.2
- bugxifing

rekonq 2.3.0
- bookmarks && history panels
- work on web view contextual menus
- activities support (at least being activities aware on opening windows)
- activity daemon support (notifying there url && window title)
- private browsing: stop saving sessions (fix) && sharing sessions cookies by tabs of the same window
- open url as webapp option
- session saving (load/save/rename sessions)
- some work on respecting one more of the thousand millions kde "wide" settings
- urlbar look change (not finished). SSL icon on the left as major browsers. coloring url text (yet) missing
- Favorites (fast) management, the "opera" way (bye bye "love" icon)
- appmenu-qt support
- fixes fixes fixes.




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 Configure toolbars?

 
 by travisn000 on: Nov 22 2009
 
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My distro just updated to v0.3; so far it seems like a nice improvement, but I do have one issue:

After updating, my URL entry box is only about 1-2 inches long, and I cannot seem to find a way to resize it. I don't have any sort of context menu or or handles to drag and resize.. Am I missing something, or is this not yet implemented?

Thanks!


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 Re: Configure toolbars?

 
 by adjam on: Nov 30 2009
 
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it's a bug due to different settings between 0.2 and 0.3. Delete your rekonqrc file, restart rekonq and you'll see it fixed :)


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 Bug?

 
 by KFreakz on: Nov 28 2009
 
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When I browse through my favorites it happens all the time that a submenu overlaps the main menu completely. This is really annoying, because I have no chance to leave the submenu again.

It would be great if the submenus are always open towards the left (since the favorites button is located on the right side), without overlapping.


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 Re: Bug?

 
 by adjam on: Nov 30 2009
 
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This is not possible, sorry (at least for me). What we'll do in 0.4 is a UI redesign to fix problems like this.


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 Very good

 
 by oOSplashOo on: Dec 1 2009
 
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Pretty nice !!! I love it .
Continue on this way ; add greasemonkey and adblock support and I should replace my default web-browser (chromium) by this one , sure .
Please add a skin editor if possible (I don't like those gnome icons :S ).
It's a very good web-browser , continue and good luck ^^ .


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 rekonq tab page

 
 by bulldog98 on: Dec 20 2009
 
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First I really love rekonq.

Now a wish:
Would it be possible that someone could add a config-dialog for the tab page? I would do it myself but at the moment there is no time for it maby for 0.5 . Thanks.


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 Daily PPA build

 
 by KDesk on: Dec 26 2009
 
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Using Kubuntu, and searching for a newer Deb (like from git) I found this ppa https://launchpad.net/~rekonq/+archive/rekonq-daily but it's empty.
And the https://launchpad.net/~rekonq/+archive/rekonq PPA has an old (Nov.24) package of Rekonq git, which didn't build because it uses KDE 4.3 to build. The https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-ppa/+archive/beta PPA should be added as a build dependency.

Thanks!


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 Toolbars (and maybe menus)

 
 by JJanz on: Dec 29 2009
 
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Man, first of all: great job! To me, soon it could be KDE default (but I'm no one ... sorry =D ).

I really don't use menus but perhaps it could be like 0.2(.0, maybe), in which it had a menu and toolbars were configurable. Then, menu could be disabled by default and, maybe, "show/hide menu" -- or whatever alike -- button could be at right of stop/reload, with a separator between them. That was what I had in 0.2. This way, everybody wins.

Well, for me, at least toolbars could be configurable back again, so I could reposition items to where I find better. *This* is something I *do* miss now!


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 Re: Toolbars (and maybe menus)

 
 by JJanz on: Dec 29 2009
 
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Sorry. My bad. What I *did* miss were a few comments above ... Never mind ... =p


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 Re: Re: Toolbars (and maybe menus)

 
 by JJanz on: Dec 30 2009
 
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It seems like I was right in the first place: toolbars are locked and I can't, for example, get Home button out of there. Please make them configurable again or it'll be veeery frustrating.


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