On Wednesday 07 October 2009 12:20:47 Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
On Wednesday 07 October 2009 10:44:10 Anne Wilson wrote:
> On Wednesday 07 October 2009 08:23:43 Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
> > On Tuesday 06 October 2009 22:38:38 Ryan Rix wrote:
> > > Linuxguy123 wrote:
> > > >> Have you tried rekonq? I've only tried it briefly, but I did
> > > >> it.
> > > >
> > > > You, my dear, are an angel ! Thanks for enlightening me about
> > > > rekonq. It doesn't crash on some of my fav websites like konq
> > > > And its the same as konq. Fabulous.
> > >
> > > It's missing a few features (access keys, adblock filter, to name a
> > > few) that keep me on konq right now. But rekonq definitely shows some
> > > hope here...
> > You can try Arora - it has really very simple UI but as Qt application
> > similar to Konqueror. Access keys unfortunately work only with Qt 4.6
> > but there's ad block (I don't use it) and flash block (with load flash
> > button). Latest version 0.10.x supports password storage (but still not
> > integrated with KWallet). It's not well integrated to KDE but I like
> > the speed and simple UI, especial on my old EEE 701.
> I've just installed it (on F11). It was horribly slow to start up,
Interesting, that's why I use it - fastest startup I've ever seen. I have
When i started using Arora started up very slow, but after blacklisting ipv6
all slowness was gone.
> and I
> couldn't find any way to import my firefox bookmarks. Then I tried to
> import an html bookmark file from an earlier mozilla, and it simply shut
> down the import interface, putting me back in the browser window. No
> imported bookmarks were visible.
I've never tried to import bookmarks, let me check it or better file a bug
(as reminder, my head is like pipe - one ear in, another one out :D)
On 09-06-09 I imported my bookmarks from Firefox - bookmarks.html - without a
problem. This, on rawhide and F11.
> Any idea why?