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On 01/07/2016 12:56 PM, Michael Catanzaro wrote:
On Thu, 2016-01-07 at 08:38 -0500, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> With respect, "Web" is lacking many features that a workstation
> user would rely on. It's not ready to be a default browser for
> Fedora IMHO.
Do you have any specific feature requests? I'm planning bookmark
sync support, but other than that I think we're largely
> I was just running it now to try to get a list of some of its
Right click -> Inspect Element -> Debugger, it's the same one
that's in every WebKit browser.
But this is a very advanced feature. If you're digging around into
Firefox or Chrome or whatever browser you prefer to work with.
Sorry, I probably could have found that if not for the crashes below.
> but it quite literally was crashing on almost any operation
> except clicking on a URL link. This is a Wayland Workstation on
> So yeah, really not feeling that this is ready.
Can you please file a bug report, or give me a link if you have and
I missed it? It works great in Fedora 23. In my GNOME jhbuild
environment there are some serious drawing failures due to a bug in
GTK+ 3.19, which a GTK+ developer is investigating, but I'm not
aware of any issues that could cause frequent crashes.
I just filed
I can reproduce this trivially, so let me know if there's anything
else you need to solve it.
Wayland support is mostly complete. We are missing accelerated
compositing (affects performance on low-end hardware) and
clipboard support (copy/paste, that's a big problem) when running
under Wayland. Both are about half-completed, but I cannot say when
they will land.
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