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Otter Browser Forum / Re: Build 165 has performance problems
Last post by Emdek -
@Freeman, uhm, could you check Qt version used by weekly 164? Maybe it's side effect of moving to Qt 5.8 or some change in QtWebKit, which was updated at the same time.
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@Emdek, tried test-qtwebkit a little. Looks like same performance (slow) as in Otter.
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@Emdek, with test-qtwebkit all okay with Facebook feed.
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The Lounge / Re: True or false?
Last post by Frenzie -
False. I prefer blackberries; they grow all by themselves. *grins*

You're going to eat lunch within the hour.
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DnD Central / Re: Infrastructure
Last post by Frenzie -
So: The world was destroyed! (I didn't notice... Perhaps from Portugal it looks different?  :)  )
Destroying, not destroyed. Perhaps you still disagree, but it's a slight distinction. :P
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Browsers & Technology / Re: E-readers
Last post by Frenzie -
I assume the price will be significantly more than I'm willing to spend, but hopefully it'll pave the way through richer people the way Apple paved the way for finally improving resolution again.
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Browsers & Technology / Re: E-readers
Last post by ersi -
Now this is actually useful as a display device both for individual use and small class situation, not just as a personal reader https://youtu.be/Tu03JY7PXMo?t=525
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Otter Browser Forum / Re: [weekly171] Facebook feed (JS/AJAX)
Last post by Emdek -
@Freeman, as usual, check with test-qtwebkit.exe first. ;-)
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Otter Browser Forum / [weekly171] Facebook feed (JS/AJAX)
Last post by Freeman -
Facebook feed became unusable with latest build, feed losts it's position and jumps to somewhere else, when I scroll down it via mouse, hover mouse over some links and/or click to "Read more...". Are these JS/AJAX issues?
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DnD Central / Re: Infrastructure
Last post by OakdaleFTL -
So: The world was destroyed! (I didn't notice... Perhaps from Portugal it looks different? :) )

Belfrager, have you anything -beyond your garden- that interests you? (Indeed, are you even a little bit interested in your garden? I doubt it; you probably buy your groceries at the local market, just like everyone else.)