Friday, September 28, 2012

QupZilla 1.3.5 for Windows available!

After 2 weeks, I finally managed to build 1.3.5 release for Windows.
I had some issues with MSVC 2008 and also had lack of free time, so sorry about the delay.

Download: Windows Installer | Portable Edition

Windows version is now shipped with latest version of Qt (4.8.3) and QtWebKit (2.2.3).

14 comments:

  1. Good news!
    Tested the new one, no more such crash as 1.3.1.

    Good job!! Dear David.

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  2. Спасибо вам огромное очень ждал и дождался!

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    1. Awesome browser,great combo of best solutions of chrome and firefox. Thank you very much! Please stay in this project, I thing its great browser with the big future.

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  3. Где разместить плагин для Windows Media Player? На этой странице я не могу слушать радио http://station.ru/RadioStation.aspx?id=1736&play=1
    Не работает и в выпадающем меню выбрать то, что слушать радио.

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    1. I don't know the folder, but you can install the plugin eg. from here: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/42835431/wmpfirefoxplugin.exe

      And next time, please use English in comments. Thanks.

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  4. Is the download manager Accelerated one ?

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  5. 1.3.5 Portable Version...

    It is working very fine!

    Thank you, David.

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  6. Its such a shame that this lightweight,fast webkit built into Qupzilla.1.3.5 cannot handle streams and flash animations properly..Its really annoying and should NOT be put out there until these issues are addressed and fixed..And why cant you make it your default browser..To me this is just a toy or something to play around with..If you want a serious competitive browser,,fix it then maybe it would be the best browser to date..And it would be something you could be prowd of..As of right now the Chromium webkit built into the Iron browser is way more solid,reliable and is every bit as fast...

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    1. Rendering is done by QtWebKit that I don't release nor code.
      There will be new version with Qt 5.

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  7. And so it did not trouble to write, downloaded the latest version, upgrade, throwing a profile in the new version, while working in Google images, the browser still falling, some sites progruzhayutsya long time, I would like to be able to adjust samommu http pipeling if the opportunity have to add it to the new version, fix drop associated with a massive amount of pictures, just really want to change the location it was possible to cache, that is, that I could easily put myself right I left there and drive cache.

    There are sites that, when injection test, retarding and even the browser freezes, iron my normal, core I5 ​​2900 mhz 16 gb ram, ssd hdd, there should be no brakes, and they are.

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  8. Have you considered using mingw instead of MSVC? Just asking, not trolling.

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    1. MingW Qt builds always crashed on every Flash object. I don't know if the issue is still present however ...
      Besides, MSVC provides also smaller binaries.

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  9. David, as you're using MSVC, could you please provide and x64 win builds either ?
    x64 win systems are very popular now...

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    1. Qt Project does not provide 64bit prebuilt libraries. So unless someone build latest Qt on Windows for 64bit, there won't be 64bit Windows version.

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