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rekonq Web Browser

   2.4.2  

KDE Web Application

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rekonq Web Browser
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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:  7761
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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 KWallet

 
 by rpw on: Oct 20 2009
 
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Hello,

I'm using Rekonq on Kubuntu 9.10 and I have to say I love it. Even if there are some things missing it's a great application.

Do you plan integration of KWallet in the (near) future? That would be really great.

Other than that, it's a great app. Ralf


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 Re: KWallet

 
 by adjam on: Oct 28 2009
 
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you'll have it in 0.4 release (February 2010)


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 Great Look!

 
 by KFreakz on: Oct 25 2009
 
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WOW! I really like rekonq 0.2.71. THX!

The only thing I miss is, that I cant configure the toolbar. Will we get in a later version a configuration for this?


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 Thanks for app!

 
 by crossblade on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Great application. Only problem for gmail.com I have to start konqueror... :)
Hope new version works fine!


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 Re: Thanks for app!

 
 by adjam on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Try resetting your cookies and see. This bug has been fixed since 0.2.60.


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 Re: Re: Thanks for app!

 
 by crossblade on: Oct 29 2009
 
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that is really great! Thanks!
But is there any ability to change icons size in toolbar? I need it a little bit bigger (32x32)...


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 Suggestion

 
 by rodgerSan on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Waw! rekonq looks better and better!! I have an idea that nobody until now has ever thought about! What about renaming it into Konqueror and replacing it as the default web browser? No seriously, Konqueror's devs have theirs reasons but khtml doesn't work nicely with delicious or gmail e.g. Bookmarklets are unusable and session saving instable. And I'm pretty sure, there are plenty more. From my point of view, rekonq is the perfect way to go, it uses really strong technologies as webkit (should be spreaded into the entire KDE) and qt. Furthermore it has been written from scratch making it a light (like dolphin) standalone web browser and not a bad swiss army knife (the one with the usb key and laser).

Anyway, thank you for rekonq. Do you have a roadmap or a release plan? Would be nice to see what's coming!


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 Re: Suggestion

 
 by megabigbug on: Oct 28 2009
 
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What about renaming it into Konqueror and replacing it as the default web browser?

No, it is not possible :)

Quote:
Do you have a roadmap or a release plan?

http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/rekonq/Roadmap


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 Re: Re: Suggestion

 
 by rodgerSan on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Thank you for your answer. Looking forward to 0.4.0!


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 super cool

 
 by GRRR on: Oct 28 2009
 
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Hi, rekonq indeed looks and feels supercool! I miss adfilter support, i have kindof gotten used to the ad-free internet ;)
And what about secure java handling? I still need firefox for my bank, while most other problematic sites seems to work with rekonq.
But, great!
<3


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 Re: super cool

 
 by adjam on: Oct 29 2009
 
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secure java depends mainly on Qt Webkit support for it.
We'll see what 4.6 will reserve about :D


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 lowercase? :P

 
 by Algimene on: Oct 29 2009
 
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i know it's a stupid question... but why is rekonq the only app with lowercase name? =P

why not Rekonq or ReKonq? :P


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