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    Does it load file from disk itself or you have to set list to it?
    It supports three ways:
    - plain list (string separated by newlines)
    - plain file (the above list, but in a file)
    - optimized binary file (for fast loading, to minimize startup speed)

    How it plays with non-ASCII characters in URLs?
    As it uses plain chars, UTF-8 poses no problem.

    Of course there may be corner cases where two different UTF-8 symbols should be considered "same", those will not work. But that's quite rare, and utf-8 urls themselves are rate, with most sites percent-encoding instead.

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    *themselves are rare

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    Is worth to mention that there is already the AUR "package" for Arch Linux and derivatives

    https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/o...er/?setlang=en

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    @curaga, thanks for information.
    When I'll have questions then I'll contact you.
    Currently I'm working on keyboard shortcuts (profiles, macros etc.) so for now this task is "open", in any case (there is draft of UI and some additional ideas). ;-)

    Known unofficial packages are listed here:
    https://github.com/Emdek/otter/wiki/Packages
    If someone knows about additional ones I can add them there.

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