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rekonq Web Browser

   2.4.2  

KDE Web Application

Score 92%
rekonq Web Browser
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rekonq Web Browser
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Link:  http://rekonq.kde.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  7763
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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 Thanks also

 
 by mickhs on: May 7 2009
 
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I'd just like to add my thanks also. A neat and fast browser that does the job well.

One disappointment is lack of java support, but it's early days yet!

Also, when I click your souceforge link in About rekonq, it opens in Konqueror!

Thanks again and keep up the great work.


Cheers

mickhs

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 rekonq

 
 by jojjo1969 on: May 21 2009
 
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why this new browser ?
What's the target ?


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 Re: rekonq

 
 by Elv13 on: May 21 2009
 
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Have a KDE WebKit browser (Arora is Qt only), having a KDE application -dedicated- exclusively to web browsing and bring new feature like 1 process per tabs that are not possible with Konqueror.

Firefox is still better, I love many extension and can't live without (almost ;) ). A Qt XUL-ui exist in firefox 4 mercurail branch. I wonder how much effort it would take to make an API compatibility layer to use those extensions in rekonq?


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 Re: Re: rekonq

 
 by sebastiang on: Jul 8 2009
 
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> "A Qt XUL-ui exist in firefox 4 mercurail branch"

Are you shure? Never heard of this? Do you have any source for that?

If this is the case you should hurry with rekonq to win me over for it ;)


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 Re: rekonq

 
 by jackiebrown on: May 24 2009
 
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That's what I used to say about dolphin.

Sometimes a "side" project becomes something amazing


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 Icon for rekoq

 
 by SeaJey on: May 31 2009
 
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BTW how about to use this icon:

http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/Konqueror+icon?content=90303

Originally it was for Konqueror but konq have even nicer icon now.


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 Mockup: a clean UI

 
 by megabigbug on: Jul 6 2009
 
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Hello,

what do you think of this mockup ?

http://forge.info.univ-angers.fr/~lionelc/images/rekonq.png


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 Re: Mockup: a clean UI

 
 by sebastiang on: Jul 8 2009
 
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Very good idea I think. All this wasted space is a general problem today I think. Increasing screen resoltion can't be the answer for always :)

Especially the idea with the status bar is interesting. Just like Chromium does.

1 critical thing is this new tab button: I don't know what to think about this issue in Firefox 3.5: A lot of users surf in one tab only. And if that is the case they don't use the whole line. So that's the greatest waste of space for these users (and in fact for tab users starting a new session with only one tab).


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 Re: Re: Mockup: a clean UI

 
 by megabigbug on: Jul 8 2009
 
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"All this wasted space is a general problem today I think. Increasing screen resoltion can't be the answer for always :)"

It is not only a question of wasted space.

The first impression with Chrome, IE, Safari, is better than Firefox, Konqueror, Rekonq or Arora because it seems easier.

The question is: how rekonq can give this first impression but also be powerful and adaptable ?

"1 critical thing is this new tab button: I don't know what to think about this issue in Firefox 3.5: A lot of users surf in one tab only. And if that is the case they don't use the whole line. So that's the greatest waste of space for these users (and in fact for tab users starting a new session with only one tab)."

I agree with you this is a problem for these users. I am not sure, but I think most people prefer tabs. If it is the case, it must be set by default but must be easily changed.


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 my current rekonq

 
 by megabigbug on: Jul 15 2009
 
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I modify rekonq to add a button-menu for bookmarks and an other to replace the menu.

Here a screenshot:
http://forge.info.univ-angers.fr/~lionelc/images/rekonq_screenshot.png

What do you think about it ?
Do you think we can hide the menu by default ?

You can find it on my rekonq clone repository:

http://gitorious.org/~megabigbug/rekonq/megabigbug-clone


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 good work

 
 by deer on: Aug 3 2009
 
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Expected in August, but never so soon.:)
To install it on slackware 12.2 with kde 3 (I also Qt4.5) how can I do?
for now use it on Debian / Sid
thanks again.


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 Re: good work

 
 by adjam on: Aug 3 2009
 
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No way, sorry. You need at least kde 4.2.0. Ciao Deer..


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