- Will the GUI be skinnable with old Opera skins?
- Why dependent on Qt5? This dependency makes it difficult to install.
- Any plans to implement the startup dialog (options 'continue from last', 'home page', etc.)? Old Opera had excellent crash management.
- What are the plans with otter.conf? I would like a human-readable configuration file where absolutely everything is there. An otter:config page would be nice as a perfect mirror of otter.conf, but the conf file is more important.
Quote from: ersi on 2014-02-27, 20:06:19- Why dependent on Qt5? This dependency makes it difficult to install. Qt5 allows to easily create multi platform applications, without it it could be even more difficult to built it from sources. ;-)And surely it would take much more time to develop.
Quote from: ersi on 2014-02-27, 20:06:19- Any plans to implement the startup dialog (options 'continue from last', 'home page', etc.)? Old Opera had excellent crash management.Yes, it is planned, but probably defaulting to continue from last session, as it is now.
The default for the dialogue should be to show itself when the user attempts to launch the app again after crash - just like Opera Presto does.
probably around 16.03.2014.
@ersi, nope, we will use formats used by Qt Linguist.
Inform websites that user allows to be tracked
Inform websites that the user allows tracking
Inform websites that I want to be trackedInform websites that I do not want to be tracked
Inform websites that I want to allow trackingInform websites that I do not want to allow tracking
I don't believe speaking of the user as "the user" is actually appropriate wording in this case.
I had a question about your statement that it's inappropriate to speak of the user as "the user" in this case. The way I understood it, I thought you meant that you prefer to define "user" broader, to include newbies, and you have an issue the way I define users - those who are ready to read and re-write configuration files. This is why I said that geek browsers have geek users.
Sentence structure and choice of words must be neither too difficult nor too easy.Also, the middle course has to be steered between too much terseness and long-windedness, between "too boring" and "too familiar." The quality of a text is alsonegatively influenced if the author fails to strike the proper tone. If the reader isaddressed too patronizingly or too arrogantly, it has repercussions on thetransmission of information.
@Frenzie, currently there are 573 strings, but not all of them are unique.And yes, "audit" for source strings is needed. ;-)I would go for more neutral phrasing, feel free to create pull request, one bigger commit containing all mentioned fixes (probably all values for DNT need to be fixed).
Not today for sure. But what's the path to the strings?
For the terms I see in these threads about Otter browser, I suppose it doesn't work in Windows...
Quote from: Belfrager on 2014-03-03, 17:14:51For the terms I see in these threads about Otter browser, I suppose it doesn't work in Windows...You can try it out in Windows using the precompiled binaries here.
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