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software OS4   software OS4 : NetSurf 3.3 released
   posted by Chris_Y on 16-Mar-2015 14:27:55 (2719 reads)
NetSurf 3.3 is primarily a bug-fix release. Several of the front ends have received quite a bit of attention, with new features and improvements; notably the AmigaOS frontend has gained the beginnings of support for AmigaOS 3. We recommend all users upgrade.

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Re: NetSurf 3.3 released
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Cool.


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Very fine work!
i use netsurf since over a year most of the time!


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Thanks!

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Thank you !


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Great, thank you!


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Re: NetSurf 3.3 released
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Wohooooo, well done, Chris!


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Good work. I hope I can zoom now.

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Thanks Chris!

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Sadly zoom is still broken. Wonder if the core code has an unnoticed zooming bug or something corrupted when porting to AmigaOS graphic routines?

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What's broken? This is the first I've heard of this and there's nothing on the bugtracker, so I'm not sure how you expected it to be fixed.


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When I display a page with tables,
< table width="432" align="right" cellspacing="10">
those that have align="left" or align= "right" as above fail to allow the text to flow round them, which is what is supposed to happen.
Align="right" does not happen. All other browsers I use get this formatting right.

This behaviour was present in 3.1, I don't remember about earlier versions and never used 3.2

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@Chris_Y

Zooming or increasing scale as NS calls it. Load up a site, press Amiga Plus and the text is corrupted.

Well I could open an account if needed and put it on the bug tracker but I don't know if the core code is bugged or just the OS4 portion.

And TBH, I tend to give up on NS quite quickly, as even using it for a simple Google I find it has troubles when I click on a link. The NS team need to update their code or perhaps botrow from some old OWB code that still works.

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@NoelFuller

Put it on the bugtracker with a link to an affected page.

@hypex

OK, well that's mentioned in this bug but it probably needs a separate report linked to this one.

As for whether it's a frontend or a core bug - it doesn't matter, we all use the same bugtracker and it'll get redirected if it's in the wrong place.


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Re: NetSurf 3.3 released
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Thanks for this new version!

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Still the fastest (modern) web browser for AmigaOS 4.1. I really hope the Javascript has been heavily refurbished until version 3.4 though.

By the way, does anyone know if Netsurf can autofill in the urlbar? How do I set it to do that, in that case?

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@Niolator

JS is unlikely to have any significant improvement until 4.0.

If you mean auto-complete, then that's enabled by default. Is it not working?


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@Chris_Y

Never did on any version. Do I have to set it to "Save on Exit", or something?

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@Niolator

It saves on exit itself to the URL database (filename URLdb). You'll most probably find things will expire out of that after your "keep history for x days" setting, unless they are in your hotlist, in which case they shouldn't.

I restricted the URL suggestion to only pick up items that have at least one visit (you can see how many visits a URL has by looking for it in the history or hotlist treeviews), although I can try removing this if you think it might be causing the problem.

Other than that, there's a hidden configuration option which is something like url_suggestion. If you visit about :config you'll see what it is set to - it should be "true". You can't make changes there, so modify it in the Choices file (NetSurf dir/users, etc) if necessary.


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Is it just me, or does passing an Amiga path for a local file not work anymore in a CLI. ?

Netsurf file:///RAM:listing.html

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