On Thursday, November 25, 2010 01:22:08 am Markus Slopianka wrote:
Am Mittwoch 24 November 2010, 23:31:32 schrieb Kevin Kofler:
> No menu, much fewer features than Konqueror.
Of course it has fewer features than Konqueror, after all Konqueror is the
kitchen sink. Rekonq is just a web browser and no file manager and
whatever Konqueror is in addition to that.
Rekonq is somehow still providing a menu. Under Kubuntu Netbook with the
global menu bar Rekonq shows a full menu. If I have to guess, I'd say that
the menu is just hardcoded to be hidden (some apps allow toggleable menus
as you know). Maybe it'd be just a small patch to re-add the Ctrl-M toggle
shortcut in Fedora's Rekonq package.
+1 for ctrl+m - I really like it - most of apps I use with hidden menus but it's
nice to have menu when needed.
I think Konqueror's interface is simply cluttered.
Btw: Did anybody try to compile Firefox as Qt application? Nokia ported FF
to Qt for MeeGo.
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