Chocimier is working on keywords and extended attributes, hopefully it will be merged before beta1 (along import of Opera bookmarks).
@Emdek, is there any word on this?
"Enter" doesn't seem to work with F2 "Go to Page." F2 works as it brings up "Go to Page." However, after typing an address, "Enter" has no effect. Shouldn't "Enter" take me to the address?
Indeed, it's a regression, most likely introduced by address completion.
I occassionally test Otter to check progress and I'm confused. Is this intended as permament?
On the plus side, I really appreciate how Otter treats full-screen browsing. If I'm using full screen and open a new site it stays full screen. Why other browsers leave full screen makes zero sense to me.
How do you mean exactly?Firefox → works exactly as expected.Qupzilla → doesn't show addressbar but allows you to type in it.Opera → opening a new tab in full screen doesn't allow you to do much of anything other than use the speeddial, but it doesn't leave it.Vivaldi → same issue as Opera... something Chromium-related?
I'm currently using Firefox which gives me the address bar after I access a new site. That's no longer full screen. For instance, if I read this post in full screen, hit F6, type ibm.com and "Enter" I have the IBM site with an address bar.
It'll disappear after hovering over it (or of course a quick F11 double press) but one could certainly argue it's odd that it doesn't disappear automatically. However, the way Otter and QupZilla allow you to use the addressbar through the keyboard with F8 and F6, without actually showing it, is certainly worse. It should be shown (temporarily?) or redirected to the "Go to Page or Search" (F2) dialog.
I don't understand your other point (did you mean Otter and Qupzilla?) as it seems Otter works perfectly logically (aside from requiring a double "Enter" of course). When I hit F11 the screen goes full screen. No toolbars or other distractions I don't want. F2 brings up the location bar and as soon as I process an address it disappears and I go back to full screen. Otter works perfectly as regards F2 in my book.
(Also, I thought that Otter used to show tabs + addressbar when you went to the top of the screen?)
@rhubarbpieguy, I simply forgot about that issue, I'm not using that workflow myself...About Alt shortcuts for menu bar, I'll discuss that with Chocimier, perhaps we will manage to add at least some basic solution.
But I view Alt shortcuts as very basic and the lack of such sticks out like a sort thumb.
Alt shortcuts would be very welcome but I don't understand why only basic functions would be added. [...] I view Alt shortcuts as very basic [...] I do realize development is harder than responding my saying "please do this."
Quote from: Frenzie(Also, I thought that Otter used to show tabs + addressbar when you went to the top of the screen?)At first, yes. It was soon changed to be more like old Opera.
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