Truly great work so far, it really makes me proud to be associated with PCLinuxOS and all the great folk therein, I cant beleive how fast this has been put together.
As mentioned earlier I do have a todo list
Tab support :
We have 2 ways we could go we could use native tabbing as I suspect Neal is trying or we can use an app like 'tabbed' (ther is a request for it...) which is a generall tabbing app that allow you to tab together different apps. because I tend to use the Dynamic WindowManagers (and I am working with sproggy to get ScrotWM working correctly, I would actully prefer non-nativetabbing as a dynamic WM effectivly does this anyway, although i will go with the majority. (could be cool to have a version that does not tab..)
Actvate :set and :map and other webkit controls:
these allow you to set the external download manager, fonts, CSS, spellchecking, other external handlers etc directly 'on the fly' from the browser urlbar ( and if we can sort a config .dotfile they can be set there also) Jumanji browser does this, so we have a source of the how to.
at the moment you would need to have a html page or a xmarks account honmepage to be able to use boookmarks, native support in plain text (like jumanji) or html would be good
this again would be done via webkit (again jumanji offers basic cookie acceptance), I would love to see this have a whitelist/blackli ability
Webpage source view
Again via webkit - jumanji can do it I want 'The Hammer' to do it too
This can be activated by webkit iirc, I think that jumanji blocks scripts by default in his manor and you give the 'go ahead' for them to work
This is possible too afaik via a :set line
CA root cert handling
This would be a nice extra XXXterm browser does this already and is a webkit minibrowser it may be worth looking how this is done
External Download app:
I think that we could probably have wget with a zenity gui around it to make it look better (this will need the :set function avaialable I think)
Any thoughts on the above?
btw the editors dont like spaces it seems and prefer <tab>ulation not sure how to stop cut'n'paste from introducing them