cliste wrote:I must say I like what I see having downloaded it, wikipedia however doesn't show/render at all (one of the first sites I was on, after searching for the Midori site in Midori!)
A work in progress, and I like what has been done so far! But I'll be sticking with the fox for now..
anamnesis wrote:Hu? No wikipedia prob here.
SteveHoffmanUK wrote:Hmmm, interesting. Having read the recommendation, I installed Midori in my LMDE, and it doesn't run at all! Installation seemed OK, I find it in the LM applications menu, but when I click on it, it says "Starting Midori" and the round whizzy thing (!) goes round and round for maybe 15-20 seconds, then it just dies. Even tried rebooting a la Windows, but no luck.
Why, I wonder?
cliste wrote:Galeon and Midori are my secondary browsers now, I'd like to be able to set up a keyword search like in firefox, if anyone knows how/if possible!
secipolla wrote:Thank you very much for that, craigevil.
I had installed the Lucid version from the PPA
The locally built ones, for some unknown reason to me just open a blank page instead of the speed dial (I suspect some config. file is the culprit because speed dial works with installed packages but if I open the locally built it opens a blank page instead and then next time speed dial doesn't work even in the installed package and I have to delete my local configuration - haven't tracked the culprit file, though).
Will add that frickelplatz.de repo right now.
secipolla wrote:cliste wrote:Galeon and Midori are my secondary browsers now, I'd like to be able to set up a keyword search like in firefox, if anyone knows how/if possible!
Have a look at the (tiny) video I made: http://www.sendspace.com/file/gle6g9
BTW, Midori renders this forum much better than Firefox. It seems to render fonts smoother all around. In this forum they're larger but in gmail they're tinier.
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