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  1. #131
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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonBizarre View Post
    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
    Need option to pick and choose what panels you want,
    SPELL CHECK!
    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.
    Smart address bar: I don't know what you mean, but it has improved a bit these days ala firefox "awesome bar" style..
    Must not switch to it immediately: Preferences -> Interface -> Check Open tabs in background
    Make it open in last tab: Preferences -> Interface -> Uncheck Open tabs next to current
    Pick and choose what panels you want: Right check the main panel: You can check/uncheck certain panels. To customise what buttons etc are on the navigation bar. Enable the toolbar editor extension.
    Spellcheck: Webkit problem, not Midori. It is fixed if you are using the latest versions of Webkit. If so, Preferences -> Behaviour ->Enable Spell Checking -> Type your language code
    Scroll wheel changes tab: It works here.


    I've been a heavy advocate of Midori since the days when it was reallly beta. It's come a long way. I actually use it as my main now, firefox installed mainly as a backup..

  2. #132
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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by sertse View Post
    Smart address bar: I don't know what you mean, but it has improved a bit these days ala firefox "awesome bar" style..
    Must not switch to it immediately: Preferences -> Interface -> Check Open tabs in background
    Make it open in last tab: Preferences -> Interface -> Uncheck Open tabs next to current
    Pick and choose what panels you want: Right check the main panel: You can check/uncheck certain panels. To customise what buttons etc are on the navigation bar. Enable the toolbar editor extension.
    Spellcheck: Webkit problem, not Midori. It is fixed if you are using the latest versions of Webkit. If so, Preferences -> Behaviour ->Enable Spell Checking -> Type your language code
    Scroll wheel changes tab: It works here.


    I've been a heavy advocate of Midori since the days when it was reallly beta. It's come a long way. I actually use it as my main now, firefox installed mainly as a backup..
    Thanks! All worked apart from the panels thing. Toolbars are not the same as panels. The panels that are there are:

    Bookmarks
    History
    Transfers
    Console
    Userscript
    Netscape plugins
    Extenstions

    I want it to be cut down to just Bookmarks, History, and Transfers.

    And what would be the language code for English (UK)?
    EDIT: I found the language code, it is en-GB, but I still can't find how to disable certain panels.
    Last edited by CrimsonBizarre; May 9th, 2010 at 10:16 PM.

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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonBizarre View Post
    ...

    I want it to be cut down to just Bookmarks, History, and Transfers.

    ...
    That's actually one of my favorite things (having all that in the panel). It's really easy to toggle user scripts, custom styles and extensions on and off the way it's laid out.

    I was missing the new tab button on the tab grid also but with the toolbar editor placed a new tab and close tab buttons in between the url and search bars. It feels pretty natural to me there.

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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Is there a way to enable smooth scrolling (or whatever it's called when you click the middle mouse button and scroll)?

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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    How do i get that though? I installed Java, doesn't show up for me though...
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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by Yes View Post
    Is there a way to enable smooth scrolling (or whatever it's called when you click the middle mouse button and scroll)?
    I *think* something like that's supposed to be in the mouse gestures extension but I couldn't get it working when I just tried so might be wrong on that. But I'm using a trackball with 3-button emulation.

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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by themarker0 View Post
    How do i get that though? I installed Java, doesn't show up for me though...
    You need webkit >= 1.1.22 and Sun Java (not OpenJDK)
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  8. #138
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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    I just add a friend in Facebook and her name is Midori Hayashi. Are they related?

  9. #139
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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by chillicampari View Post
    That's actually one of my favorite things (having all that in the panel). It's really easy to toggle user scripts, custom styles and extensions on and off the way it's laid out.

    I was missing the new tab button on the tab grid also but with the toolbar editor placed a new tab and close tab buttons in between the url and search bars. It feels pretty natural to me there.
    I've just come from Opera, where there were: bookmarks, history, downloads, unite, etc. in the panels, a lot of those I do not use, so I like to disable them so that they're just not there, I'd like to just disable a few in Midori as well.

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    Re: Midori Web Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by Stemp View Post
    You need webkit >= 1.1.22 and Sun Java (not OpenJDK)
    Thank you, i'll try when i get home tonight.
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