RunIT Browser (QT-version) has received an upgrade. The browser now uses QWebEngine in providing the browser experience. 0.7 version adds tabs support for the browser.Since the transition is hardly ever a smooth thing to do, Open in a New Window and Web Inspector are currently dropped as features. In the future, I seek to bring these features back. The overall functionality is improved and the browser is acting a lot more stable than it previously did. Without further ado, here is a screenshot
#RunIT-QT Browser Copyright (c) 2015 JJ Posti <techtimejourney.net> #RunIT-QT comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; #for details see: http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html. #This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under #GPL Version 2, June 1991 #This is the 0.6.3 version(March 2018)
0.6.3: Argument support is now fixed(See Github for the launcher script). Startpage is added as a default search engine, Privatelee is removed.
0.6.1:This release contains very notable coding changes. The browser is now separated into different modules and code is partially rewritten and commenting is improved. Layout issues have been resolved together with many memory management issues, which were present in the previous releases. The result should be a more robust and a lot more functional browser. The outlook has also received an upgrade via CSS. Many new features have also been added. And here are some screenshots.
0.6.1 version fixes rendering issues and increases stability. Resources like Youtube should now work fine. Continue reading →
There has been plenty of things to do – but many things have gotten done. I would estimate that I will be able to start packaging things together within a few days. This means that things should be complete within the next 10 days, or so.
Here are few screenshots about the recent developments of Crosslinker FM (the new file manager) and RunIt(the new webkit web browser), which will come together with PostX 0.3.
Everything you see on the screenshots are confirmed features(working). RunIt will also have a tab support. The tab support will be the last thing I do before I start packaging things to 32-bit and 64-bit iso images. Continue reading →