Isn't this beautiful, when compared to Firefox's about:config and even about:preferences! All the options, all documented. A sight long gone in mainstream application development.
It's dropping some keypresses very occasionally tho and that's not nice. If I'll use this maybe I should hook this up with emacsclient tho so it pops up a frame with a temporary text-mode buffer for text boxes.
I really want to switch to another browser from FF but I don’t want to use anything Chromium-based, which basically rules out almost all interesting browsers.
If Gecko was easily embeddable I’d go and make my own browser rather than using something Chromium, but it’s not, so I’m stuck with FF.
Servo and/or NetSurf can’t progress soon enough…
@me QuteBrowser is based on QtWebEngine, but it can use QtWebKit fork too.
Frankly I doubt we'll ever see a viable, embeddable web platform other than WebKit and its descendants, so long as a big foundation like GNU doesn't do something. It's a *huge* effort. IMHO using WebKit and trying to democratise it is the way to go.
"I appreciate SDF but it's a general-purpose server and the name doesn't make it obvious that it's about art." - Eugen Rochko