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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:  7966
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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 gogo rekonq

 by J0nas on: Apr 30 2012
Score 50%

I'm really starting to enjoy Rekonq! thanks for making this to all devs!

I'm not a heavy/all day user of Rekonq, I use it occasionally (so I might be wrong here) but when there's a mozilla like sync option, it'll be my default browser.

Only thing else is the icon -it stick out among the rest - but I don't like it (don't really know why)

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 as every year i tested rekonq

 by nowardev on: Jun 19 2012
Score 50%

i would say i like the speed
i liked all the stuff


google plus
google translate
google maps

can this sick browser be compatible at least with these sites ? how many years of develop one user should wait to get at least these website without a crash?

.... btw i am writing from firefox as every year..

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 Re: as every year i tested rekonq

 by adjam on: Oct 6 2012
Score 50%

Hi, and sorry for the long late reply.
I don't know exactly the problem you are referring about. Did you report it? What version are you referring? Are you using an old flash version?
I can just say that I use rekonq as my daily browser and I browse weekly (if not daily) the sites you reported and I'm having no crashes there. We just have a known problem (due to qtwebkit) about G+ file upload.

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 Re: Re: as every year i tested rekonq

 by nowardev on: Oct 7 2012
Score 50%

which was the latest stable release when i commented ? i dunno remember 0.9 or 1.0

anyway there is no point on rekonq and i will tell you why, yea yea i know you don't care , anyway

1 has it plugins? for example to dowload and convert videos ? no
2 can you video chat ? no
3 is stable like firefox\ others ? no
4 can you install service menu like konqueror
5 is it light ? yes

so why should someone use only rekonq ? i can image a combination of firefox for good web browsing experience and rekonq when i need less ram usage but after that .... i will i use ti ? no because i use firefox all the time

i will not report bugs and crash sorry i don't seee something that work well here.

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 Great work!

 by kurokage on: Jul 22 2012
Score 50%

Rekonq is quickly becoming my favorite browser, though I have some questions only because I couldn't find answers using Google.

1. Even though I change the text size in the configuration, and rekonqrc does show the change, the actual text on the web page still stays the same size (12 pt.). Is there a way to correct this?

2. Even with AdBlock turned on with subscriptions checked, with and without a custom userContent.css, no ads are being blocked; again is there a way to correct this?

I've seen this behaviour, even after deleting rekonqrc, with the package from the Ubuntu repositories (0.9.1) and I also added the recent build PPA (0.9.9), and I still have these issues. I've got KDE 4.8.4 on Kubuntu 12.04 LTS. If these can be solved, It'll be almost time to get rid of FF, I can't stand the resource drain FF causes.

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 by 2handband on: Sep 11 2012
Score 50%

I keep trying this browser with every upgrade. I like it and I want it to work. I really do. But it's been what, two years now? It still crashes all the time. On the same stuff. Are these bugs going to be fixed anytime in the near future, or should I just give up and stick with FF?

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 Re: Siggghhh...

 by adjam on: Oct 6 2012
Score 50%

well... did you reported the problems you had? How can you think we can fix a bug without having idea about? We obviously test the "stable" code we release and you should understand that the stability of a "Desktop Environment" product like rekonq depends on all the software stack (qt, webkit, kdelibs, kio, rekonq).

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 Forms history

 by XenoPL on: Oct 16 2012
Score 50%

Hey adjam I've got a question.
Once there was request for storing form content. The reason why this basic function that was given that qtwebkit offered no method to access form content before it's send, that prevented feture like this one or spell-checking impossible.
Assuming we have spell checking right now is forms history possible now?

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