Qutebrowser 2.0 is here. With better ad-blocking
Oh thx for sharing @Dobbie03
2.4 is released today.
“See you in two years!”
Oh nice!! Just waiting on it to the repos.
I see I have already received the update, it must have slipped in under my nose
Interestingly, after one week of use, I find it’s hard to go back to other browsers like FF. I had a short break on qutebrowser due to upgrade of libvpx this morning. Launched FF to see if there’s a report. My left hand consistently was looking for the ‘b’, ‘r’, ‘f’, ‘o’, ‘t’ keys on the keyboard.
Man, if The-Compiler can get that element blocking implemented I’d be using Qute full time for sure.
There’re some sites qutebrowser doesn’t work well, especially sites which contain entry box.
I am yet to encounter any sites that aren’t working as they should.
Gave it a try tonight, will look back at it again tomorrow.
using this now per @chroot 's rec/info. loving it
The only thing I don’t like about it is that you can’t block 3rd party cookies and delete all history on exit. Other than that, it seems to work very well.
Hmm. Wonder if there’s a way to script that?
Put the following lines in ~/.config/qutebrowser/config.py, restart qutebrowser,
c.content.private_browsing = True c.content.cookies.accept = 'no-3rdparty'
Thanks @chroot will look into that.
@chroot since it’s related have you ever tried this? I’m using it now instead of qutebrowser. Basically because I’m trying to get away from the massive qtwebengine.
No, I’m done with Firefox. I am happy with qutebrowser. Yeah, building QtWebEngine from source is a long process.
I really started to get into Qutebrowser, but it couldn’t pass a browser test.
Love that site (EFF), looks a bit scary when one looks at it !
I do as well, test all browser that way.