Re: Midori Web Browser
I have tried to like midori but its far too lacking and way too buggy, my biggest issue is bookamrks.
No real bookmark management; even worse than chrome's [lack of] bookmark management. Import bookmarks doesnt work. period. It ONLY supports xbel which NO browsers use. I have used multiple methods to covert firefox's bookmarks to xbel but midori still wont import them (version in ubuntu repos says "malformed document", version from ppa just crashes)
Thumbs down for me, a lot of work before it becomes usable. I also get rendering issues in a lot of sites.
For me chrome is the best browser in linux (and I don't even like chrome that much, I definitely prefer opera 10.5 and firefox in windows but they both suck in linux IMO. Opera is incredibly ugly in gnome, and firefox is a slow pig compared to the windows version. It starts up at least twice as fast in windows for me and in gnome it takes up half the damn screen unless you hide the menubar and the bookmark toolbar)
Last edited by screaminj3sus; May 23rd, 2010 at 04:00 PM.
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