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rekonq Web Browser


KDE Web Application

Score 90%
rekonq Web Browser

rekonq Web Browser

rekonq Web Browser

Link:  http://rekonq.kde.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7964
Submitted:  Dec 2 2008
Updated:  Jan 12 2014


rekonq is a web browser for KDE based on WebKit.


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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 Tabs in title bar?

 by KFreakz on: May 3 2010
Score 50%

In the german pdf magazin »freiesMagazin« is a screenshot of that shows Rekonq with replaced tabs in the title bar:


Is there a way to enable this feature in the current git version? In Rekonq's option menu, there is no option to get this behavior.

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 Re: Tabs in title bar?

 by hurikhan77 on: May 10 2010
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I think this isn't a feature of rekonq itself. It's a feature of kwin's new window grouping feature.

You should be able to enable this behaviour by enabling auto-grouping in kwin's settings and set rekonq to use new windows instead of new tabs.

PS: I don't use rekonq but the combination of both settings should do the trick. It will enable tabbed titlebars for all applications.

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 Re: Re: Tabs in title bar?

 by KFreakz on: May 11 2010
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Yes, so that really works. THX!

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 nice work!

 by pugacioff on: May 26 2010
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Thanks for doing this, I really miss a well-integrated, usable KDE browser, and Rekonq is shaping up nicely ;)

A few mixed remarks:
1. html5 vids support? ok, it probably don't depends from rekonq itself, but from KDE/phonon/xine/whatever. Any news?
2. Is there a way to add new search engines, like, say, yubnub?
3. Clicking the address bar should select the text in there.
4. There should be a way to block single images of objects, like the adblock extension in Firefox.
5. The galaxy view in Ogame is broken :( - it should be a webkit issue the same happens in Chromium.
6 beta. There should be some integration with popular web services like google reader or del.icio.us. Then:
6. What about the rumored support for Chrome extensions? When could we get it? It would really be the killer feature.

Thanks in advance for the attention! ;)

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 Re: nice work!

 by pano on: May 26 2010
Score 50%
KMess & rekonq


Glad you like rekonq.

1. Depends on the Packaging of Qt/Phonon in your distribution. There are "rumours" that with Qt 4.7 the situation will be better

2. Yes, this is possible in the settings dialog. Currently you need to add the search site yourself, but for Version 1.0 (the one after 0.5) it is planned to create web shortcuts by right-clicking on the search field of a website.

3. You can open a bug/wish about this on bugs.kde.org. :-)

4. This is planned for 1.0 too (http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/rekonq/Roadmap)

5. As you mentioned, there is nothing the devs can do about this, since it is a WebKit.

6. There is some work going on, for supporting Chrome extensions, but it won't be in 0.5. Maybe 1.0

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 gui based on qt-declarative?

 by CyberTribe on: May 26 2010
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Recently digged through features of upcoming qt-4.7 and found that nice thing (if you haven't heared of it before) called qt-declarative aka qml.

Lokking at it seems like if rekonq's gui will be written using it - it will be able to introduce extensions similar to those in firefox (xul based).

Those xul based extensions are much more powerful, then what chromium have. what do u think about such idea?

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 rekonq mockup

 by extra on: May 26 2010
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I use rekonq and it very much is pleasant to me. I consider that this one of the best applications for kde.
I use kde 4.4.3 and bespin as a design resource for this reason I had some wishes to developers rekonq, you can see them on following picture


I very much it would be desirable to see these sentences realised in the following version rekonq.
Sorry my bad english.
Thanks for your operation!

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 Re: rekonq mockup

 by sosonok on: May 28 2010
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I agree... I use Bespin too ;)

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 by PaKoX on: May 27 2010
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I installed from the ppa and I can not translate into Spanish
I also need an icon that represents more than a web browser, the icon rather couples the logo of some game

if you need some help with the development people can get help, only a private message and can make an initiative by saying something like "rekonq needs you"

sorry for my bad english

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 Great work!

 by KFreakz on: May 28 2010
Score 50%

Rekonq 0.4.80 now has become my preferred browser.

The sub-menus from the favorites opens now all to the left and don't overlap the main menu any longer. That was really annoying before.THX for this.

Your solution to save favorites to the favorite tab is also well managed.

What I would like to have for Rekonq now would be, an behavior of the url bar like Firefox, if you have installed the Locationbar² addon:


Do you plan even similar for Rekonq too? That would be really awesome!

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