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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #15 on: 21. July 2014, 00:24:26 »
You would have to leave out lots of nifty things just to include that oinker. ::)

Yep, and you forget :

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #16 on: 21. July 2014, 01:13:25 »


Here is a screenshot of otterbox using zen-nokto theme and mire-lime   I am in openbox not lxqt just wanted to share.

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #17 on: 21. July 2014, 01:17:08 »
My Opera 12.16 scored 392.   
But, so did my Otter. 
FlamePig scored 463. :P
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #18 on: 21. July 2014, 01:28:46 »
Firefox 30 = 467

What do you use for "MPEG-4  .. H.264" support?

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #19 on: 21. July 2014, 04:14:20 »
gstreamer I believe

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #20 on: 21. July 2014, 04:19:23 »
Thx, I have "gstreamer" installed, but don't see any modules related, nor does it provide for "MPEG-4  .. H.264" support.  Maybe something related?  I'll keep looking.

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GStreamer Multimedia Framework

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #21 on: 21. July 2014, 04:27:40 »
Interesting that Otter shows both "MPEG-4  .. H.264" support in the html5 test.

Firefox:

As for MPEG-4, this should be provided by "xvidcore", but does not show up using Firefox within the html5 test.
    XviD is an open source MPEG-4 video codec

ref:  https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/codecs#Tips_and_tricks

Edit:  Even with "libx264" installed the html5 test does not show "MPEG-4  .. H.264" support, this must be an Issue with Firefox.
      Library for encoding H264/AVC video streams.
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #22 on: 21. July 2014, 04:41:20 »
fwiw: i have gstreamer and xvidcore installed. YouTube ALL HTML5 addon in FlamePig.
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #23 on: 21. July 2014, 06:29:53 »
Does "Otter" have the means to "import html bookmarks"?

Let me rephrase it this way; I don't see away to import Bookmarks, this would put the user in an awkward position of installing Bookmarks manually, making Otter little more than something to use till you install the Browser of your Choice.
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #24 on: 21. July 2014, 06:47:33 »
Recently found out that otter now supports bookmarking. But, never thought about importing as I use Online-Bookmarks on my LAMP server for all browsers on all machines bookmarks. And, I set it as otter's home page.
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #25 on: 21. July 2014, 21:32:04 »
Search engine creation works fine in otter as well, contrary to qupzilla. Haven't used extensively yet, but otter seems to be (much) finer than qupzilla. Just needs bookmark/password management and adblock.
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #26 on: 22. July 2014, 13:19:42 »
Search engine creation works fine in otter as well, contrary to qupzilla. Haven't used extensively yet, but otter seems to be (much) finer than qupzilla. Just needs bookmark/password management and adblock.

True, I have not found anything alarming after 2 days of testing the otter-browser

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #27 on: 23. July 2014, 13:04:38 »
Very sorry about my (unintentional) misrepresentation of qupzilla; search engine creation works fine in qupzilla as well.

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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
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Re: Lxqt : Qupzilla vs Otter-Browser
« Reply #29 on: 23. July 2014, 22:23:22 »
How can you find so a lot of new things ?  :)

I try, but it's a monster. 250-300 MB to download.  :D
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