Posts Tagged ‘rekonq’

rekonq 0.7.0 now in updates-testing

Just a short heads up to let you all know that rekonq 0.7.0 is now in updates-testing for F14, F15, F16 and devel. rekonq 0.7.0 – General Cleanup – OpenSearch support (XML & JSON parsers) – Better cache management (WebKit Page Cache feature support) – Enhanced Private Browsing mode (needs KDE SC 4.6) – New […]

rekonq 0.5.0 in updates-testing

Right, it has been a while since my last post. I don’t have anything else but the excuse that the real life™ caught up on me. 🙂 Anyway, a new version of rekonq has been released upstream and has now hit updates-testing for F-12 and F-13 (and let’s not forget rawhide). My last post was […]

rekonq 0.3.0 in updates-testing

Just a quick heads-up that rekonq 0.3.0 has been pushed to updates-testing for F-10, F-11 and F-12 today. What’s new: – Final UI (just some elements missing) – new icon – multi windows support – KDE proxy setting support – “new tab home page” (tech preview) – Initial handbook added – tab previews – save […]

rekonq 0.2

Last weekend Orcan Ogetbil finished the review on rekonq (thanks again!). rekonq is a new web browser designed for KDE. It’s small, light-weight, built with Qt and based on WebKit. Here’s a screenshot: Currently it’s queued for -testing for F-10 [1] and F-11 [2] and can be installed from rawhide right away. Just a simple […]