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  • #11
    Headless is so passe, I'm waiting for hydra mode: start it in headless more, it spawns three GUIs!

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Vistaus View Post
      However, QtWebKit is deprecated and superseded by QtWebEngine.
      Yes and no, QtWebEngine is not a full replacement and it cannot replace all use cases, at least not without a lot of effort (and I know something about that, since I support both in Otter Browser).
      Also see:
      http://qtwebkit.blogspot.com/2016/08...t-im-back.html


      Last edited by Emdek; 13 April 2017, 09:21 AM. Reason: Doubled link

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Emdek View Post
        http://qtwebkit.blogspot.com/2016/08...t-im-back.html
        Yes and no, QtWebEngine is not a full replacement and it cannot replace all use cases, at least not without a lot of effort (and I know something about that, since I support both in Otter Browser).
        Also see:
        http://qtwebkit.blogspot.com/2016/08...t-im-back.html

        Sorry if I didn't explain it right. What I meant was that the Qt Team superseded it with QtWebEngine. Whether or not it's a full replacement is a different story (and yes, I know that there are missing features in QtWebEngine, I'm using it in QupZilla).

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        • #14
          @Vistaus, sure.
          I just want to make it clear that QtWebKit is alive, there are many users out there, not just due to fact that QtWebEngine is simply not available for the same set of platforms.

          BTW, this quick reply editor sucks, somehow it double pastes everything for me, and duplicate ends up inserted at beginning.


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          • #15
            Headless support landed in Firefox 55 for Linux: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bu...id=1338004#c34.

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            • #16
              Will start using for ui and javascript tests.

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              • #17
                Pr0n will never be the same...

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