Let's get a qute thread going. Share tips/tricks and any other useful info.
Let's get a qute thread going. Share tips/tricks and any other useful info.
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Did you fix the issues we pointed out in the last thread?
Because if not
Firefox with Tridactal also makes this a pointless, not being a dick but the defaults and features like extension use needs to be better and more comprehensive even if it is baked in
I'm not digging through documentation for what's a few clicks on any other browser
>I'm not digging through documentation for what's a few clicks on any other browser
>no one is using this shit until it gets major features that the major browsers already have
The point of the browser isn't for it to have features like any big browser and be "easy" to use - the fact that the entire thing is vim binds by default should make that abundantly clear. It's a browser meant for tinkerfags, so complaining that you have to tinker with it is redundant
>This is meant to be a browser for people who tinker?
OK, but I mean what is there to tinker?
>add feature to browser
OK, but we have addons on real browsers for this and the convenience of having all the features.
The problem with qute is it is a worse emacs browser. They are both not fully featured, but at least the emacs browser gives you all the features of emacs and its purpose is for you to reference online docs while coding. If I was going to tinker with a browser I would probably do it in that one. That or surf. The problem with WebKit browsers is they lean too heavily on webkits functionality without trying to expand beyond it in a meaningful way.
>what is there to tinker
calling scripts with keybindings. custom file picker. these two things are the best and really only reasons i use qutebrowser over the other browsers.
Tridactyl is unusable thanks to the limitations of webextensions. Qutebrowser is the closest you can get to the Pentadactyl experience without using Pale Moon.
Good morning sir
I would use qutebrowser if it had ublock origin
it won't and never will, install brave
The first two are acceptable but I can't stand ads, qute needs
What part of ublock in particular are you missing? You can import the same filter lists ublock uses, and you can even import hosts lists.
why bother when you can just use a browser where you can install ublock. all major browsers can install extensions. why can't qutebrowser?
True and the fact is again either that list should be baked in or easier to access, even if the browser is made for keyboard use there should be some mouse usable UI, there is the very realistic usecase where someone might need a non vim user to do something on a browser.
Ridged structure is retarded especially on a browser
How I could tell OP is the same from previous threads is the instant hostility found in
>How I could tell OP is the same from previous threads is the instant hostility found in
I'm not OP, you moron.
Pull up the thread history and you can find OP getting mindbroken by valid criticism
If that's not the case you must have brain damage recommending OP's browser over shill lion
I use w3m.
Given your posting style I'll assume you won't care but believe it or not I wasn't even in the last thread, I just wanted to talk about the browser because I think it's interesting. This out of the box hostility seems to be a projection of insecurity on your part
Use invidious, or pipe youtube links through ytdlp/MPV
If you mean ublock, you can import content filter lists to get nearly the exact same experience
>If you mean ublock, you can import content filter lists to get nearly the exact same experience
or you can just use a browser where you can install ublock as normal
qutebrowser is literally deprecated by the vimium plugin which all firefox and chromium based browsers can install
No anon I mean the extensions that give vim bindings that can even be found on palemoon
You will ever see adoption if you ignore feedback and give muh tinker cope when there's plenty to tinker with on firefox
>You will ever see adoption if you ignore feedback and give muh tinker cope
this is exactly the problem with this qutebrowser spammer. he's immune to criticism and lives in a qutebrowser bubble, qutebrowser appears to be his whole identity. and any criticism given he will just say "it's hostility and projection of insecurity" LOL. how pathetic. just install firefox or brave as usual
I'm pretty sure he works on the project, kind of like how we randomly get hostile gnome zealots every once in a while
Again they could just work with extensions save dev time and a whole lot of issues, you say tinker but why tinker with something that makes easy solutions complicated while taking forever?
>Again they could just work with extensions save dev time and a whole lot of issues
qb is basically one man show, so not really "they". not sure if one man can deliver extensions api with this stack. maybe if limited only to python.
>one person project
blocking youtube ads
eww you don't use mpv?
There's a greasemonkey script for that
The bindings in QB are much more integrated with the browser than Vimium plugins. If you can't live without any other adblocker alternative other than ublock, then you can understand why some people would prefer using QB over Vimium.
>The bindings in QB are much more integrated with the browser than Vimium plugins.
this means nothing, give a specific example
>then you can understand why some people would prefer using QB over Vimium.
they don't, nor would i care. qute browser is literally the least used browser. i don't care about .000000001% of the population because they're retards
no point in making new qutebrowser threads until the issues brought up in the last thread are fixed. no one is using this shit until it gets major features that the major browsers already have
no proper ad block
the brave-style adblocker built in works pretty well
just not with twitter ads or other inline stuff
Does anyone use Nyxt?
I tried it for a bit, but prefer qutebrowser. I couldn't see what nyxt had that made it worth switching to long term.
I've been waiting for version 3 to come out. I doubt it will make much difference, but I intended to try it again when it finally released.
nyxt is based, I just wish it was less buggy. I keep having to force kill it cause I loaded a nyxt-unfriendly webpage.
if someone implements tree style tabs + something as good as UO it would be my dream browser
Just use any browser with the vimium extension. I see no reason to use qutebrowser.
kek OP is the SAME exact poster of all these stupid qutebrowser threads, it's really obvious. he gets so angry when people point out qutebrowser is shit and on one uses it and exactly why. except here's the problem: qutebrowser will NEVER fix the problems we pointed out. why? because qutebrowser is some college students side project. it's not a real project.
At this point I'm going to dunk on OP because since then there has been zero and I MEAN ZERO progress in this fucking project
This is a cope
Especially when you get invalidated by a single extension
>there has been zero and I MEAN ZERO progress in this fucking project
qb has working adblock (iirc the same as brave) and there is open PR on github to get cosmetic filters working. So yes, there is some progress.
>qb has working adblock
not ublock, so pointless
i use qb, but i dont tive a shit about vim bindings. being able to run external commands on links from within the browser is just really convenient.
as far as adblock goes, the only website that it doesnt work on is youtube and i pipe it to mpv anyway so i dont care.
i dont really need any extensions that cant be replaced with a userscript, so i dont care about those either.
The only extension I'm really missing is a libredirect-esque script that redirects you from bad sites to frontends, like youtube to invidious (and it even works on embeds and such, just total URL rewriting)
LULZ captcha doesn't work on qutebrowser, i get (Couldn't get the captcha. Make sure your browser doesn't block cookies then click here.) which doesn't work. has anyone run into this?
It works for me
it sometimes works for me too, though when it does, my post ends up not actually getting posted
only on qutebrowser