Wednesday, June 8, 2016

QupZilla 2.0.1 released!

First bugfix version is now available.
  • don't force enabling HighDPI scaling by default
  • fix crash when unloading AutoScroll plugin
  • fix showing Inspect Element action when web inspector is disabled
  • fix showing context menu when page zoom is not 100%
  • fix destroying WebPage when opened as popup
  • fix setting default font families
  • fix saving last download path in download manager
  • fix using external download manager
  • fix cancelling http and proxy authentication dialogs

Download: source code (at github.com)

For those updating from 1.8.x versions: It is advisable to start with new profile as updating profile from 1.8.x to 2.x version is not supported. You can create and remove profiles from preferences.

Most Windows issues should be now fixed. There is still issue with using QupZilla in virtual machine with 3D acceleration enabled - websites are flashing or shows entirely in black (QTBUG-43110). Workaround for this issue is to disable 3D acceleration for your virtual machine.

24 comments:

  1. thx david, would you create windows 64-bit native version of qupzilla? I think all users hope.

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  2. When I access to "https://www.qupzilla.com" with Qupzilla 2.0.1 on Windows NT 5.x, It shows "SSL Certificate Error!"
    And can't display page.

    IE6 and IE8 can display it with Warning.

    https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=www.qupzilla.com
    Why ?

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  3. Currently, there is no possibility to install the latest version on any Linux.
    What a shame. In search of another browser

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    1. as far as not on "any linux",

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    2. KaOS ships always the current version of Qupzilla

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  4. Why would there be no such possibility, Vanco? Running qupzilla 2.0.1 on Arch Linux right now just fine.

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  5. Running qupzilla 2.0.1 on PCLinuxOS right now too.

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  6. Thank you for sharing the information here.

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  7. In windows 7, portable version 2.0.0 and 2.0.1
    I cannot save pages, there is no save menu entry

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  8. How to subscribe and receive email notifications when new major version is released?

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  9. any roadmap on Qupzilla with QtWebkit-NG?

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    1. Would like to hear from authors too.

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  10. Not able to right click save image as. I am using windows 10 Pro.

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  11. Actually, it's responsability to the linux distro's maintainers and developers build and publish newer versions of Qupzilla, maintain a repository it's a hard effort and time, i propose you something, Why not publish new versions of QupZilla on Linux using the new Flatpak packages ?.

    It's just and idea, and is compatible with many distros at same time (Ubuntu, Debian, SUSE, Fedora,etc?.

    Thanks for this amazing web browser and regards.

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  12. Fedora has a very active KDE/Qt community and consistently provides QupZilla in it's repositories shortly after release.

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    1. Unfortunately, other distros haven't those active community behind, or simply they don't wanna upgrade the obsolete Qupzilla version of our repositories. For that reason, i propose the flatpak packets, it's universal and compatible.

      I'm not developer, so i don't know if the flatpak packets are complicated to be created or maintain, i'm just propose a solution cause many distros haven't and updated version of Qupzilla now, and many users haven't the knowledge to compile and use by or own way Qupzilla new versions.

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  13. Fedora has a very active KDE/Qt community and consistently provides QupZilla in it's repositories shortly after release.

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  14. Hello.

    In version on Linux (I us Arch), don't have option spell checking. It plans to add, this function?

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  15. Too bad the linux community is left alone out in the dark. No Packages anymore since 2.0.0.
    Only those that can build packages himself.

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    1. Download the source.
      Change into the directory.
      qmake
      make
      sudo make install
      Stick a fork in it. This assume you have the dependencies installed.

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  16. What happened to AccessKeyNavigation?
    I can't find the extension anywhere

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  17. So it seems like QtWebKit is now maintained again: http://qtwebkit.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/qtwebkit-im-back.html

    Due to this, will there be any possibility in the future of QupZilla reinstating its WebKit backend?

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  18. It appears, Qupzilla applies the proxy settings even to local pages (localhost or 127.0.0.1) now - this breaks some tools.

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  19. hi,

    i love Qupzilla but i can't upgrade tp 2.0.1
    I downloaded the source nd tried to compiling.
    i have this error: Debian linux 8.5

    make
    compilation terminated.
    Makefile:22196: recipe for target '../../build/browserwindow.o' failed
    make[1]: *** [../../build/browserwindow.o] Error 1
    make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/thierry/Programmes/QupZilla-2.0.1/src/lib'
    Makefile:44: recipe for target 'sub-src-lib-make_first' failed
    make: *** [sub-src-lib-make_first] Error 2

    i don't find how to resolve this

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