can't believe this is even for debatetheir browser is just another copy of any other webkit crapits a resource hog ... and that forced winblows 8 flat UI is just disasterOtter is already great, we just need some fixes from QT side
Please merge with qupzilla and bundle your strenghts.
Keep up developing otter and I hope that at least the milestones will be available as deb-packages.
The user profile of Vivaldi is full of binary junk. Some potentially important things like default blacklists and whitelists are binary. The preferences file is hardly legible and apparently not meant to be edited manually. Too many fundamentally wrong design decisions in Vivaldi.
Quote from: ersi on 2015-01-28, 12:44:34The user profile of Vivaldi is full of binary junk. Some potentially important things like default blacklists and whitelists are binary. The preferences file is hardly legible and apparently not meant to be edited manually. Too many fundamentally wrong design decisions in Vivaldi.That's a bit odd given their power-user angle.
I want such a feature for my browser. :þ
Vivaldi's Quick Filter for commands seems to be a quite nice innovation (it reminds me of sublime-text).
I think the current status of Otter vs. Vivaldi is not the most relevant issue.
As I said yesterday on IRC, as soon as Otter gets an autocompleting address bar, it will be in a state where I can not only use it myself...
I am able to use Otter with the address bar it has by now, even though it's admittedly incomplete. I am more sorely missing cookie management and some big features like Notes. I would very much like to be able to compose into Notes with any text editor of my choice. I wanted this for Opera already a decade ago.
I don't know what sublime-text is, but Vivaldi's Quick Commands filter is something that used to be a recurrent request on My Opera.
When in doubt, this is a relevant guideline for making decisions - Opera had it, therefore let's do it the same way, unless we are sure it can be made better.
BTW, I've got some interesting mail some hours ago.
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