Re: Otter 0.5.01 Released
Reply #18 –
@ersi, all that stuff is planned, including mode when each cookie needs confirmation.
But whitelists and blacklists need the same storage as other site specific preferences, although there might be added some at least temporary solution, since it is also needed to get rid off SSL warnings.
@testnameC05, yes, that is odd issue, related to URL completer.
@cofffee, yeah, I'll try to add it before beta1 but I'm not sure if I'll have enough time. :-/
It's must have for me.
@jasonliul, yes, I got reports that QtWebKit improved in stability, at least under Linux, Flash issues for 32 bit seems to be gone. ;-)
@Frenzie, QtWebEngine won't be available before at least Qt 5.4 and probably it won't be as usable as QtWebKit yet - in terms of API.
But we could try to attract more developers to help too implement missing stuff, they will accept patches as long as they have good quality and are maintainable.
BTW, while Ubuntu 14.04 got Qt 5.2 they kept QtWebkit at 5.1.1 for some reason, so to get it running there I'll have to add compile time check that will disable unavailable features (media related actions), so Ubuntu and Debian should have separate deb packages.