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Software News   Software News : OWB v1.6.1 for MorphOS (now includes Web Inspector)
   posted by Drako on 17-Dec-2009 19:05:05 (2433 reads)
Fabien Coeurjoly has released version 1.6.1 of his port of the Origyn Web Browser for MorphOS which now includes a very powerful web profiling and debugging tool. The included changes are as follows:

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1. Enabled WebInspector (Firebug-like). WebInspector allows browsing resources/scripts, profiling, debugging... It can be enabled with: "setenv OWB_ENABLE_INSPECTOR 1". When enabled, a new "inspect element" entry is added to webview contextmenus that opens the tool.

Here's what it looks like: http://fabportnawak.free.fr/inspector.png

2. Avoid conflicts between regular context menus and javascript contextmenus.

3. Updated russian, swedish and czech locales.

4. Added a lame workaround in javascript interpreter that caused regressions in google maps.

5. Fixed a possible crash with priority popups in MLdonkey HTML interface.

Donload Links :

OWB v1.6.1 Full Version

and

Lite Edition Without SVG Support
    

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Re: OWB v1.6.1 for MorphOS (now includes Web Inspector)
Posted on 18-Dec-2009 16:59:56
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Morphos's OWB matured very very well. I am pretty sure after a while it will be the one of the browsers with all the modern features and possibilities. Screenshot looks very nice and FAB are good coder :)


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Re: OWB v1.6.1 for MorphOS (now includes Web Inspector)
Posted on 18-Dec-2009 19:29:50
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Way to go Fab.... Fab'oulous ;)

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Re: OWB v1.6.1 for MorphOS (now includes Web Inspector)
Posted on 18-Dec-2009 22:02:56
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Chrome has this too and it's a godsend...

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Re: OWB v1.6.1 for MorphOS (now includes Web Inspector)
Posted on 18-Dec-2009 22:55:26
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It is so great!
I dont ned any other browser now!

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