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  • (Score: 2) by Aiwendil on Wednesday December 06, @05:59PM (2 children)

    by Aiwendil (531) on Wednesday December 06, @05:59PM (#606240) Journal

    No, really, it is my main browser for important stuff and most communities - however for recreational surfing I use chromium. So it is about a 60/40 split between them.

    Funnily enough, chromium crashes on me roughly every third to fifth day (every day without adblock) while otter tends to stay up for months.

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  • (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on Friday December 08, @06:19PM (1 child)

    by Anonymous Coward on Friday December 08, @06:19PM (#607314)

    How is Otter coming along? I have not gotten around to installing Qt5 on any of my machines, so I have not been following its development. More viable than Opera 12 these days, I am sure, but any comments on how far along it is?

    • (Score: 2) by Aiwendil on Wednesday December 27, @08:48AM

      by Aiwendil (531) on Wednesday December 27, @08:48AM (#614661) Journal

      (I really wish I could find the magical settings to get notifications when ACs reply)

      Excepting that it has the annoying 100% cpu bug when hitting a CSS-looped-animation (most engines had this at some point, usually solved by throttling the framerate after giving up on making webdesigners actually test their sites in standard-conforming browsers) and that I don't use plugins I honestly havn't noticed anything jarring except for that I had to rebuild the language-files to get hotkeys working for menus and that it doesn't differentiate between forms and the rest of the page when using tab/3 (so, it is as bad as non-O12-browsers for keyboard navigation).

      Since they do have an appimage (and should have resolved the ssl-issue by now) do give it a spin.