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The Wayfarer browser going 2.0
Posted on 4-Jun-2021 0:08:20
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Wayfarer, the most feature rich Web Browser that the Amiga has ever seen that so far has seen 22 free releases on the MorphOS platform, is apparently closing in on its 2.0 release and it seems to be rebasing to WebKitGTK 2.32.1.

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jacadcaps wrote at Morph.zone:
Made a lot of progress rebasing to WebKitGTK 2.32.1 (latest stable, from May 10th). It looks like between Daniel Kolesa of Void Linux and me we were able to fix the JavaScript BE regressions that have made into the source tree in the meanwhile.
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@NewSense: I've made a note of your printing issues. Will sort these out for Wayfarer 2.0 release.


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Re: The Wayfarer browser going 2.0
Posted on 4-Jun-2021 9:14:18
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@TRIPOS

Awesome!

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Re: The Wayfarer browser going 2.0
Posted on 5-Jun-2021 22:29:01
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Wayfarer really came a long way rather quick. It's So impressive what jaca is doing here. And so much needed and appreciated.

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Great work to all involved

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Awesome!

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Re: The Wayfarer browser going 2.0
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Amazing progress!

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