Update QupZilla 1.8.9

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  1. canseco

    canseco Very Active Member

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    QupZilla 1.8.9

    QupZilla is modern web browser based on WebKit core and Qt Framework. WebKit guarantees fast browsing and Qt availability on all major platforms.
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    Changelog

    1.8.3.1
    - Last stable release.
    - Updated to latest crypto openssl-0.9.8zc.
    1.8.4.1
    - Last stable release.
    1.8.4.2
    - Compiled with QT 4.8.6 and openssl-1.0.1j.
    - Compatible with 1.70 firmware.
    1.8.4.3
    - Fixed crash on some sites adding missing QT libs.
    1.8.5.1
    - Last stable release.
    - Some new features like: save geometry of Preferences window or add
    option to completely disable SSLv3. See
    https://github.com/QupZilla/qupzilla/releases/tag/v1.8.5 for more info.
    - Compatible with 1.71 firmware.
    1.8.5.2
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.1k.
    1.8.5.3
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.1l released yesterday...
    1.8.6.1
    - Last stable release.
    1.8.6.2
    - Added missing QupZilla plugins. Fixes crash when accessing Extensions menu.
    1.8.6.3
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.2
    1.8.6.4
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.2a
    1.8.6.6
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.2c
    1.8.6.8
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.2d
    1.8.6.9
    - Compiled with QT5. Rendering seems better.
    - Updated libs.
    1.8.7.1
    - Latest stable bugfix release. Updated sources.
    1.8.8.0
    - Latest stable bugfix release. Updated sources.
    1.8.9.0
    - Latest stable bugfix release and new icon.
    - Updated sources.
    1.8.9.1
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2e version.
    1.8.9.2
    - Updated QT to 5.5.1 version, fixes a lot of bugs, like dropdown menus not working.
    1.8.9.3
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2e version.
    1.8.9.4
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2g version.
    1.8.9.5
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2h version.
    1.8.9.6
    - Updated libs and QT to 5.7.0 version, from latest Codeblocks Beta PND.
    1.8.9.8
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2i version.
    - More libs updated.
    1.8.9.9
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2j version.
    1.8.9.10
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2k version.
    - More libs updated.
    1.8.9.11
    - Compiled with QT 5.8.0 from latest Codeblocks beta PND.
    - Added xkb keyboard made by _jr_ and integrated by ptitSeb.
    - Updated libs.
    1.8.9.12
    - Compiled with QT 5.9.0 from latest Codeblocks beta PND.
    - Updated libs.

    Link to homepage:
    https://www.qupzilla.com/
    Link ro repo:
    http://repo.openpandora.org/?page=detail&app=qupzilla-app
     
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  2. ekianjo

    ekianjo Hardcore Member

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    nice, thanks for the update!
     
  3. canseco

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    Changelog

    1.8.6.8
    - Compiled with openssl-1.0.2d
     
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    1.8.6.9

    - Compiled with QT5. Rendering seems better.

    - Updated libs.
     
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  5. edgex004

    edgex004 Advanced Member

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    Thanks for the update. I'm liking it, but fullscreen seems to be broken. Any chance you could take a look to see if it is just me?
     
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    It happens to me too, only when window is maximized and i try to go fullscreen.
     
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    Ah okay. Fullscreen works just fine if the window is not maximized. I can live with that. The new version along with SZ 1.72 is some of the snappiest browsing I've seen so far, so I don't plan on downgrading! :)

    Edit: Also I have gotten spell checking to work by pulling the hunspell dictionaries out of the Lyx PND. Is that something that you might consider including in future releases or are you thinking it is preferable to let the user configure this to their needs?
     
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    Sure, i just need to know how you did it.

    I could include English, Spanish, French and Deutsch to start and put the rest on demand.
     
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    Not sure how to package it up, but I mounted both Lyx and QupZilla and copied /mnt/utmp/lyx/usr/share/myspell to /mnt/utmp/qupzilla-app/usr/share/myspell. Then I right clicked in a text box in QupZilla and selected Languages > Settings and changed the dictionary path to /mnt/utmp/qupzilla-app/usr/share/myspell.
     
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    is it because you moved to Qt5 ? 
     
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    Thanks. 

    It seems a bug with QupZilla, as it doesn't happen with the other four QT5 programs i did upload recently.
     
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    1.8.6.10

    - Included hunspell dictionaries: English (US/GB), Spanish, French, German and Italian.
     
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    1.8.7.1
    - Latest stable bugfix release. Updated sources.
     
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    Does this browser support fit to width?  I have been using Pale Moon, but it is a bit slow on start and webpages have to almost fully load to be usable.  The upside is with Pale Moon's fit to width, you can scale the page to fit the screen.


    If this supports fit to width I would love to try it.
     
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    It does a pretty good job at scaling, but best way to know it, is trying it yourself.
     
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    1.8.8.0
    - Latest stable bugfix release. Updated sources.
     
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    1.8.9.0
    - Latest stable bugfix release and new icon. 
    - Updated sources.
     
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    very nice update, works fine so far.
     
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    1.8.9.1
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2e version.
     
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    1.8.9.3
    - Updated openssl to 1.0.2f version.
     

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