You know that as ‘kdeero’ I am I have a weakness for following rekonq development, although it is not my primary browser. However, this new version comes with more news of their numbers might suggest. Do you want to know?
First, as is the norm lately, rekonq 2.3.0 returns the user losing some features from version 2.0, and this time we talk about the side panels bookmarks and history . But there’s more, of course.
Other developments are very welcome principle support for KDE Activities , session manager (!) or the introduction of traffic icon on pages encryption (SSL), the style of the great (showing a shield with information instead of the classic favicon, which is relegated to the tab), but there is still work to do in that area.
2.3.0 also improves private browsing , creating bookmarks directly from the address bar, according to its developer, following the “style Opera” and earn s upport for Appmenu Qt / KDE (you know, the application menu in a little button in the window).
What do you think? And yet we allow ourselves a little something than another. not to mention bug fixes relevant to each new version. I can only say that this browser development has hit an adrenaline important since Blue Systems will sponsor the project, which is appreciated.If you want to try rekonq
2.3.0 I recommend going to the usual channels that you provide your distro (openSUSE already; rapidísmo, hear). Either that or compile the source code.yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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