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What do you mean with "no support for flash", I can surf flash based pages and sites like youtube with no problema.
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Umm... you must be using some old version of Midori, because the one I tried did support Flash without any problems...
EDIT: Jesus_Valdez beat me to it
is it just me or midori doesnt support autocomplete for URLs?
as in google + ctrl + enter = google.com
i'm currently using version 0.2.4
Update: Midori appears to be fine now. Recently, I can navigate the weather.com interface without Midori crashing.
it's nice, but i like to have more options and extensions.
I like Midori. For me, it has problems rendering some webpages correctly. It is however, quite light and quick, and I'll look forward to replacing Firefox on a certain rig with it.
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I like midori, except... NO JAVA! I mean come'on! Thats all i need. Java!
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I think it's great, especially as it intregrates perfectly with GTK (I'm using Global Menu Bar and the lack of support from every other browser was annoying me).
It's fast, and it does most things I need to do.
Only things keeping it from being my primary browser:
Need '+tab' button in the tab bar.
Needs scaleable search bar.
Need 'smart' address bar
When opening link in new tab, it must not switch to it immediately
When opening link in new tab, it must make it the last tab, not one to the right
When re-opening deleted tabs, they should open in their original place, not as the last tab
Need option to pick and choose what panels you want,
Needs to be even faster
Maybe I'm just too used to Opera
EDIT: I love the feature where: if you scroll with the scroll wheel in the tab bar, it changes tabs, I don't think I've seen a browser with this in before.
Last edited by CrimsonBizarre; May 8th, 2010 at 09:28 PM.