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Just switched from firefox to dwb

everything that required a billion extentions in firefox works in dwb natively (vertical tabs, noscript, requestpolicy, refcontrol)

fully scriptable with javascript and shell scripts

uses ~200mb memory for 10 tabs when firefox used over 1gb

fully customisable vim-like user-interface and keybindings

Why haven't you switched to the master race yet, only dwb can save you from australias
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Because I'm using luakit
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I can't find the installer of these browsers.
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>>41847898
Which distribution do you use? At least for Debian it's in the repository. You could always compile as well.
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>can't pin tabs
Into the trash it goes
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>>41847924
Windows.
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>webkit
thanks but no thanks
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>>41847768
I love dwb with all my heart.
Only problems I have are that it crashes when there is some kind of video playing and that i can't get urxvt open links in int.
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>>41847935
Then the closest you could do is firefox + pentadactyl, but it's not as lightweight as dwb probably is (which I don't use myself by the way, I stick with iceweasel/firefox, though I really dislike Australis).
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>>41847942
>implying webkit is not the superior engine
shigz
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>>41847925
What do you need to pin them for?
It automatically restores the last session when you open it.
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>>41847768
>webkit
does their adblocking actually work?

by that I mean chrome's adblock is shite. they only block some stuff from being rendered, there's still some network traffic on some filtered items.
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>>41847935
Try compiling it yourself.
>winshit babby can't probably do that
Why haven't you switched to superior GNU/Linux yet?
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>>41847963
http://blog.methvin.com/2013/02/tragedy-of-webkit-commons.html
http://www.sitepoint.com/5-reasons-to-reject-webkit-monoculture/

Webkit is a problematic engine and its overuse is enforcing the same dangerous monoculture that we had with Trident in the early 2000s.
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>>41847978
The adblocking works better than what adblock edge did for me.
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>>41848009
does it actually block network traffic from going out?

i've heard too many fucking chrome shills claim that
>adblock works on chrome too!
and when I check every couple months, i notice it doesn't block some fucking shit that's rendered in a js callback and the network traffic goes out to a blocked host and chrome lazily only blocks it from being rendered while network traffic goes out, but on firefox it doesn't do that.
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>>41847970
So they don't take up as much space.
I always have my gmail tab open, but all I need to see is the icon.

also
>no tab groups
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It's like a browser that was specifically designed for NEETs.
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I know that feel, fellow dwb master race here

Only problem is spellcheck doesn't work and the file picker has no preview
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>>41848053
>not having tabs on side
pleb
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>uses ~200mb memory for 10 tabs when firefox used over 1gb
bull fucking shit, I currently have 15 tabs open in firefox and my entire system, including deluge with over a thousand torrents, is using 781mb
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>>41848093
Why should I?
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>>41848053

I can literally fit over 50 tabs in the vertical tab bar, why would you need them to be smaller?
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>>41848105

Mustn't be using many extentions or userscripts then, or you're on windows and using memory fox
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>>41847768
I just did a search for dwb and got "driving while black". Is this was you're referring to OP?
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>>41848130
not many, just
- adblock edge
- advanced cookie manager
- blender
- cookie monster
- custom tab width
- download youtube as mp4
- greasemonkey (~30 scripts)
- https everywhere
- noscript
- stylish (~10 styles)
- youtube all html5
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>>41848111
I just tested and I could fit 89 on the screen.

>>41848132
dynamic web browser
http://portix.bitbucket.org/dwb/
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>>41848111

Only 50? I can fit well over 100
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How would I go about tweaking scrolling in DWB to be a bit more smoother?
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>>41848188
Have you tried scroll step on the settings?
Why would you want it smooth anyways?
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>>41848188
smooth scrolling is harmful and disgusting
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>>41848218
I'll check it out now.
Smooth scrolling would be preferred because I'm on my laptop. Firefox's scrolling is perfect out of the box for me on Xubuntu 14.04.
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>It intends to be mostly keyboard driven
why the fuck would you use a keyboard to browse sites?
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>>41847935
Install Gentoo.
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>>41848274

Because it's faster, flexible, and better?
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>>41848274
>i type all my emails using my ipad :^)
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>>41847768
Never heard of it.

Does it have equivalents for the following?
-Firebug
-Stylish
-Adblock plus
-Keylogger beater
-HTTPS Everywhere
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>>41848274
Spoken like a true winbabby. The magic of vi keybindings lets you browse quickly without using a mouse, while still letting you use a mouse if you want to.
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>>41848274
Depends on the site. The keyboard is better at browsing sites with the right software and configuration.

>>41848240
I typically agree with you, but smooth scrolling done right and snappy is the superior for laptop trackpads.
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>>41848322
the superior choice*
Also, harmful?
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>>41848299

>Firebug

There is literally no reason to use this in 2014 as firefox has had an inspector for years, but yes webkit has an inspector

>stylish

It supports userstyles natively

>Adblock

See above

>Keylogger beater

It's not availible on winshit so that wont be a problem

>HTTPS everywhere

Unfortunately no, though it wouldn't be hard to write something similar using its api
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>>41848336
haven't tested this:
https://github.com/chrsm/dwb_httpseverywhere
isn't configurable though
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Just installed dwb on my crunchbang machine. I've never used vim so I have no idea what i'm doing but it looks cool and runs super fast. Are there some reading materials I should look at to get better with the interface?
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Well this is bullshit. Why do I have to install another version of webkit-gtk for this shit?
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>>41848384
Just read the dwb:keys and you are good to go.
I also suggest doing some small changes to dwb:settings so it'll suit you better.
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>>41848384

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/DWB

Is a good starting point
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Anyone know how to get spellcheck working?
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>>41848336
>It's not availible on winshit so that wont be a problem
I like to be extra paranoid, but I can do without keylogger beater.

sounds nice and not having to install and configure vimperator is a big bonus.
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>>41848391
i think it requires the 2.2 branch for some reason.

at least gentoo makes it easy for you to run two different versions of things at once...
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Can you install 4chanX in dwb?
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dwb is free project and i suggest anyone who likes it and is capable of coding to contribute to it.
https://bitbucket.org/portix/dwb
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>>41848446

True, at least it's pretty convenient.

Still, I just don't like mixing versions, it's not aesthetically pleasing.

Ah well, I'll try it anyway, looks better than luakit/uzbl.
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>>41848471

It supports userscripts natively
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>>41848481
So how do i install them?
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>>41848485
By doing a little bit of research instead of waiting to be spoonfed.
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>>41848485

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dwb#Userscripts
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holy shit the website URI is fucking autism
http://portix.bitbucket.org/dwb/
why don't they just get a fucking domain
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>Installed dwb a few seconds ago
>go on /g/
>first thread is about dwb
feels good to finally be part of the masterrace
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>>41848523
Maybe they don't have money for one.
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i guess firefox is no longer /g/ approved due to
>australia
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>>41848527
Welcome to the masterrace my deer frend.
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huh
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>>41847768
but i do anon, dwb masterace
fuck firefox it just turned into shit
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>>41848547
what's the deal with this joke anyway? I've not been browsing much, recently.
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>>41848560
>32bit
no fucking shit, try again in 64 bit and see what happens.
>32 werks for me i love flash
64 bit version is faster, you're trading off lower memory usage for slower everything
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How do I add the filter list to dwb's adblocker? Sorry for being retarded here.
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>>41848584
firefox redid the entire layout (29.0 and above), the layout is called "Australis". everyone's mad because it fucked up their stylesheets and there's no more addon bar (really the main reason is it fucked up everyone's firefox stylesheets and everything is fucked up and ugly now)
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>>41848547
We still have FF shills though
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>>41848613
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dwb#Adblock

god damn arch's wiki is so good, you know some NEETs spent hundreds of hours on that shit
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>>41848613

The adblock_subscribe command

If your filter list is missing (malware domains for example) you can add it manually to the options by editing the addons javascript file
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>>41848613
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dwb#Adblock
Try doing some research next time.
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i'm monitoring this thread
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dwb is fantastic. Does anybody know a way to transfer bookmarks from Firefox to dwb?
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>>41847768
How do I enable vertical tabs?

This is the only thing keeping me on firefox.
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>>41848902
check the manpage
tab-orientation
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>>41848902

Settings > Layout > Tab Orientation
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>>41848902
dwb:settings
/tab orientaion
change the value

You can also set the width the vertical tabs are.
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>>41847768
>only dwb can save you from australias
>only

You forgot that I can simply use CSS to remove Australis.
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>>41848922
>>41848924
>>41848947
Thanks
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>>41848951
>Sticking with a browser that pulls off shit
It's only going to get worse.
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>>41847768
why does it save me from aussies?
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>>41848471
yes but it doesn't work
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>>41848975
this. mozilla is now pants on head retarded

>>41848996
australia is always responsible for fucking things up
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What searchengines do you guys have?
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>>41848975
If only you knew how right you were.
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>>41849011
that makes no sense as to why it would save me from them
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>>41848875
I believe there is a script somewhere to do that, I'm sure I saw it somewhere on github but don't have a link, sorry.
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Anyone else have a problem with soundcloud in dwb? It only loads the old version and does nothing when clicking on the Get The New Soundcloud.
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>>41849032
The dev of dwb refuses to allow australian programmers or any programmer who has ever came in contact with a kangaroo to contribute to the project.

thanks for the recommendation, OP. this is nice browser
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>>41849055
youtube-dl https://soundcloud-link-here
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>>41847768
>dwb
Doctors Without Borders?
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>>41849090
How is that going to help me load soundcloud? I don't even know the link because without reverting to the old version the site doesn't even load properly.
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I don't know if I can do without 4chanx, this site is fucking awful without it. I think it is literally the only thing keeping me with firefox.
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>>41849037
After some research I have found this: https://github.com/Sean-Der/Firefox2dwb

I'm going to try if it works.
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>>41849133
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dwb#Userscripts
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I want to like it, but i'm not sure what i'm doing really. Can't get adblock to work and things you guys say should be in the settings aren't there.
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>>41848598
calm down
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>>41849124
Hmmm seems like I can't even click on the settings for the native extension on 4chan either, it does nothing and just says javascript;void on the bottom bar. This sucks.
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I can't deal with these keybinds
Is there a mouse-y version of DWB? Or at least one with FF-style keybinds?
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>>41849176
midori maybe?
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>>41849158
What can't you find from the settings?

Díd you do what arch wiki said for the adblock?
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>>41849162
do you have html5 local storage enabled?
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Pity it crashes every ten seconds and requires twice as many dependencies as Firefox.
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>>41849176
you can change all the keybinds if you want to
there is nothing preventing you from using mouse with dwb either
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>>41849202
yeah, should I not?
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Because I'm using Jumanji
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>>41849260
it should be enabled for 4chan's settings to work.
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>>41849196
I was looking for the vertical tabs settings, and yes I seemingly did everything in the arch wiki for adblock.
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>>41849297
the setting is named tab orientation
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does 4chanx and oneechan work on it?
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>>41849285
I tried it enabled and disabled but makes no difference, the settings button does nothing.

I'm wondering if it is the same issue that doesn't allow soundcloud to load (says I might have an outdated browser) and lastpass website doesn't work properly (doesn't show the database when logged in).
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>>41849322
Check out my pic here>>41849158

>0 hits
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>>41849273
Development for jumanji was dropped more than a year ago, dwb is active and more advanced than jumanji by far
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>>41849348

Can you screenshot the layout section?
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>>41849337
In theory yes
In reality no
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>>41849370
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>>41847991
muh games and muh graphical design tools
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>>41847768
>noscript
>requestpolicy
As far I can see it only can block ALL scripts or allow them all
also how to requestpolicy in dwb?
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>>41849411

Post the output of dwb --version
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>>41849340
hmm the plot thickens, all those things work fine in luakit
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>>41847768
>Webkit
No thanks.
>when firefox used over 1gb
Bullshit, firefox uses about 400 with 20+ tabs and 14 extensions.
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>>41849420

>As far I can see it only can block ALL scripts or allow them all

Not true, it's javascript blocking is similar to noscript but better, you can whitelist based on domain and url, and can make it temporary

press up in command mode and scroll untill you see the script commands, for example hscript whitelists the current domain persistantly

>also how to requestpolicy in dwb?

Install it with dwbem

Use the requestpolicy command
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>>41847768
Does it compile on OS X?
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>>41849426
So this is an old build? I'm using crunchbang with the stable repos.
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>>41849391
fuck it then
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>>41849488
>stable repos
yeah, it's old
stable is more meant for servers as in "rock solid, extensive testing, never breaks"
testing & unstable are meant for desktops
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>>41849488

>So this is an old build?

Yes, nearly 2 years old, the current version is 2014.03.16

>I'm using crunchbang with the stable repos.

Well I guess thats why

If you want the current version you'll have to compile it
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>>41849488
in arch repos;
$ dwb --version
This is : dwb
Version : 2014.03.16
Built : Mar 16 2014 17:29:58
Copyright : (C) 2010-2014 Stefan Bolte
License : GNU General Public License, version 3 or later
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>Vi like commands

only thing keeping me from going to it, why not emacs?
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>>41849546

They're all customisable
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>>41849435
fuck it I guess I won't be use dwb then, I've tried every setting I can think of.
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I just upgraded and I don't have any padding, I'm okay with this.
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4chan X doesn't work

;_;
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>>41849735
looks like it's a choice of dead luakit or firefox. Great.
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See results about
Driving While Black
Driving While Black, abbreviated as DWB, is a phrase in the contemporary American vernacular that ...

>muh privileges
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xombrero and surf are other minimalist browsers.

Unfortunately, 4chan X also doesn't work on them.

I guess we're stuck with bloated firefox and chromium for a little longer...
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Let's see if we get lucky and any of the many 4chan X forks out there start supporting dwb:

https://github.com/ccd0/4chan-x/issues/60
https://github.com/MayhemYDG/4chan-x/issues/1638
https://github.com/ihavenoface/4chan-x/issues/323
https://github.com/zixaphir/appchan-x/issues/726
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>>41847998
#reqt
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>>41847998
>>41850045

What's the alternative?
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>>41848499
>try this
>doesn't work
;_; Then again Greasemonkey doesn't work, only scriptish.

I swear xubuntu 14.04 is broken, I never had these problems with Arch.
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>>41850211
4chanx doesn't work in it if that is what you're trying to use
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>>41850355
appchanx and webcomicreader both don't work.

Anything I change on the settings page doesn't save.

This is broken.
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>>41847768
I cunting attempted, anon. My gentoo gets stuck on the emerge. The source must be dead. ;-;
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>dwb is a lightweight web browser based on the webkit web browser engine
>webkit
NOOOOOOOOOOOPE. Enjoy no actual element blocking, just hiding after the fact.
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>>41850604

Well you're wrong, because I tested it by wiresharking and no reuqests to the ads are made, and if you use an adblock list without element hiding you can see all the iframes with failed to load errors
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>>41850604
I thought that was only due to chrome extension bullshit not webkit itself.
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>>41850545
not really broken.
just dwb doesn't support this plugins.
until 4chanx and webcomic reader supported, i'll stay away from this browser.
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man, i miss dwb. there was some kind of bug with my specific video driver, so i ended up having to ditch it. i love dwb, though
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>use it about an hour just before because of thread
it went well until i found out it uses an open dialog that doesn't support thumbnails at all
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>>41853590
It's like you wouldn't know your filenames.
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>>41850059
Gecko
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>>41849418
> muh graphical design tools

Stop being an useless faggot and learn the new tools.

Yes they're as good as long as you know how to use them. Quit the fucking 'muh tools' artist syndrome, we bitch and moan when we have to use a new language but we learn it and just move the fuck on.

> muh games

Dual boot or go wine+native linux games.
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how can i install noscript on it? i found out how to install add-ons, but i just cant finde noscript
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>>41855680
You can disable them by default you baka.
Why would you need an addon for what is already built in.
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cool story retard
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What does he mean?

https://github.com/loadletter/4chan-x/issues/27
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>>41854853
>implying gecko is not a garbage
We need new web engine, written from scratch
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>>41855909

There is one, being written at this very moment in magnificent Rust.

It's called Servo.
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>>41855909
https://github.com/mozilla/servo
The future is coming.
Should be ready in less than 2 years.
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>>41855925
>>41855942
Excellent! But I think one engine is not enough, is there are more?
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how do I search through content of a page?
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>>41856048
OK googled it out
/ and n for next after pressing esc
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>>41847768
You forgot
>slow as shit
>chokes and crashes regularly on bigger websites
>often fucks up layout

Still use it on my netbook because touchpad a shit and my machine is too weak for pentadactyl
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>>41847768
>vim-like

dropped
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>>41849162
Hmm are you using the latest build? Try building from the git repo, works for me.
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Shit HTML5 support.
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Post your dwb userstyle
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>>41856311
wtf are you talking about? dwb uses webkit
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>>41854888
>Yes they're as good as long as you know how to use them. Quit the fucking 'muh tools' artist syndrome, we bitch and moan when we have to use a new language but we learn it and just move the fuck on.
You're an idiot. Using Gimp instead of Photoshop is like using Visual Basic instead of C++
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Is there any browser similar to this for mac? Im a heavy vim user so I would love a browser that's keyboard based.

> inb4 install ganoo loonix

I'm an iOS game developer, so yeah, I need to be on Mac.
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>>41848105
how do you keep your system that low? You must not be running Windows
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>>41858385
>C++
so it's a bloated unnecessary harmful piece of shit? :^)
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>>41858484
you suck it up and use vimperator like the other mac/windows users
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>>41849055
Yeah, I did. For the error, check the inspector > console, iirc.
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>>41858484
You can probably compile it.
Let's know if you can.
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>>41858484
theres a homebrew formula for webkit-gtk. once you have webkit-gtk it should be easy to compile.
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I love this browser, it's just perfect except for browsing 4chan, I can live with the inline extension but the fucking timer is annoying, I completely forgot about the increasing increments.
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This is the comfiest browser, thank you OP

I love how to can set up a simple keybinding to open the current page in firefox, in case you need to be sure of compatibility and nothing will fuck up (buying something online for example)
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the extensions are amazing, love formfiller at the moment but can't get it to play nicely with gpg, probably doing something wrong somewhere though
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Is js and cross-site permissions as strict as NoScript and RequestPolicy? As in, can I enable only scripts from x domain on y page without whitelisting the others, or only allow site a to contact site b while blocking sites cdef?
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>>41861681

Noscript is arguably less strict, it allows all scripts on the page based on domain or url. For example if you are on nigger.com and it loads a script from faggot.net, the script will run only if you've whitelisted nigger.com, even if you haven't whitelisted faggot.net

Requestpolicy is stricter, it uses subdomains not just the base domains, and can whitelist based on url or domain
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>>41848035
>chrome lazily only blocks it from being rendered while network traffic goes out, but on firefox it doesn't do that

Wrong. Chromium-based browsers can block network traffic: https://github.com/gorhill/httpswitchboard/wiki/Net-request-filtering:-overview
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>>41847768
>(vertical tabs, noscript, requestpolicy, refcontrol)
Explain how to do it, i'll switch right now
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>>41862154
RTFT/RTFM jfc
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>>41862173
>RTFT/RTFM
Too lazy. Do you want me to switch or not?
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>>41853975
>renaming shit saved from 4chan
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>>41849055
>soundcloud
install the following packages:
gst-plugins-base
gst-plugins-good
gst-plugins-vp8
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>>41862290
also do for good measure:
gst-plugins-bad
gst-plugins-ugly
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>>41862132
What they can do and what they do are not the same thing.
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>>41847935
Learn to compile winbabby.
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>>41847768
>this awful new firefox update
>new tab is a dedicated button, can't double click tab bar
>stupid menu button the far right, can't get rid of it
>chrome wannabe
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>>41847768

is there any of so-called minimalist browsers on osx ?
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>>41864594
safari
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>>41848336
>>Firebug
>There is literally no reason to use this in 2014 as firefox has had an inspector for years

You wouldn't be saying that if you were forced to use Firefox's native inspector professionally. It's like using GIMP over Photoshop.
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I can't seem to get links to open from a terminal in dwb, clicking on them just does nothing?
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>>41847768
I'll probably switch to dwb in a couple months. I just started vim yesterday. I'll have to figure out which Firefox features I actually like and want a replacement for, and what shit I'm just using to make firefox not shit.

Also bookmarks.

Off the top of my head:
Does dwb have webm and mp4 support like firefox? Is there an equivalent of mozplugger where I can embed mpv support into the browser?
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>>41864594
Dwb probably works on osx if you don't mind the OSX god awful ugly Window decorations
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>>41867802

>Does dwb have webm and mp4 support like firefox

Yes, it uses webkit, it has feature parity with safari and chrome

>Is there an equivalent of mozplugger where I can embed mpv support into the browser?

Yes and it's a lot simpler, install the contenthandler extention, though I just use a keybind that launches mpv and passes it the current url
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>>41867899
But that launched mpv in a separate window, correct? That's easy, I'm curious if you can embed the mpv player inside dwb.
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Holy shit, I’ve looked at dwb a long long time ago, it was very basic then, apparently it has come a long way since then. I guess I’ll give it a try now.
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*cough*
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>>41867802
>Does dwb have webm and mp4 support like firefox?

It works OOTB with auto loop.
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Anyone got working ViewTube script for DWB?
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>>41847768
OP, thanks. I'll do further testings, but this looks good!
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>>41848598
>memory is there to be not used
what?
>>
Am I missing something here? Why does it have such terrible font rendering?
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>>41872863
Mine does not.
Set up a different font.
And use the git version!
>>
Can you change the keys used for hinting? I've set them to "asdfgtrew" in Firefox/pentadactyl, and mapped space to F. Makes for some nice rolls.
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>>41873453
Yes you can.
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>>41873453
dwb:settings
/hint-letter-seq
And edit however you want.
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>>41873518
>>41873575
Interesting, thank you.
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>>41856080
You can also press enter instead of esc, slightly faster.
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>>41872863
yeah something isn't right there, never seen it like that
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Is there a way to run a bash userscript whenever a page is loaded or a tab is switched to?
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Yes!
We can make it a better browser, a /g/ browser. With blackjack and hookers.
If you can't code in C, write a userscript.
Together we can do it.
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>>41847768
>using browsers with outdated WebKit versions just because you're a ricer and want to avoid using more than 10% of your 8GB of RAM
HTML and HTTP is general is bloated as fuck. Stop being a ricer faggot and use a browser with a good engine.
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>>41873708
You can put a .sh script in your userscripts forler and run it with a key. I don't know if you can do it automaticaly, ask devs.
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>>41873708
probably, look on the arch wiki for some script examples
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>>41873712
You can probably force javascript to run your bash script on pageload.
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Is there a list of optional dependencies somewhere? I'm missing something for certain tracks on soundcloud.
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>>41847768
WebMs don't work for me in dwb. Mozplugger was detected automatically, so mp4s play fine, but Webm = no go. Anyone know what to do?
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>>41873874
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dwb
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>>41873884
It works for me.
Which version do you use?

mine is
    This is : dwb-git
Version : commit 2014-05-09 4214d3a
Built : May 11 2014 22:24:19
Copyright : (C) 2010-2014 Stefan Bolte
License : GNU General Public License, version 3 or later
>>
>>41873785
>>41873786
To clarify, I have a working bash userscript already, I just need it to run on tab switch and page load. I've sent the developers an email, I'll report back if they reply.
>>
no url bar

no scroll bar
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>>41873971
You can set up scroll bar visibility in options you moron.
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>>41873971
There is a url bar at the bottom, type in 'go' to edit the url. Scrollbars can be enabled but it tells you where you are on the page in the bottom bar.

>>41873897
I have all the ones listed there but I still can't play certain tracks, like this https://soundcloud.com/funktiononechile/sets/techno
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>>41873971
current url is in the right bottom corner.
You imput new ulr with shift + o (this tab) or shift + O (new tab).

Anything else?
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>>41874045
Sorry my mistake

it's 'o' or 'shift + o'
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I wish there was a 4chan script that worked, inline is pretty shitty
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>>41873913
$ dwb -v
This is : dwb
Version : 2014.03.16
Built : Mar 16 2014 17:29:58
Copyright : (C) 2010-2014 Stefan Bolte
License : GNU General Public License, version 3 or later

Is what I have. It's whatever was in the pacman repos. I guess I should install a more recent version huh?
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>>41874015
I had the same issue with soundcloud in firefox, I had to set some gstreamer to false in about:config because of some kind of bug but I don't know how you could do the same thing in dwb or if is is a wider bug that does indeed affect dwb.
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>>41874015
Ok. The default soundcloud does not work at the moment. File a bug.
You can still open the track by opening the "embed" window. This script works and plays music just fine.
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>>41874168
Nice, thanks for the workaround.
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>>41874225
Are you using Adblock?
Some people say that adding SC to whitelist solved their problem (on FF).
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>>41874255
I am yes but not sure that's the issue, most things play ok on there. This is the bug that firefox has https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/988802, I'm wondering if it is the same bug?
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>>41847998
At least it’s embeddable and usable from every language known to man, so you can develop however you wish.

Gecko is joined at the hip with XULRunner. Want to write a native gecko browser? Fuck you, it’s XULRunner or nothing. That’s so unbelievably shitty it can’t be put into words.
>>
I love this browser, the more I dig in to the the better it gets.
>>
>>41873991
Where?
>>
I started the dwb craze on /g/.
>>
>>41874482
in the settings
>>
Tried it. Was terrible, like all Webkit browsers.

Pentadactyl might be memory hungry, but at least it works worth a damn. I'm still waiting for my Emacs-like browser.
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>>41874482
Update to git version.
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>>41874531
People keep saying they see differences between Webkit and Blink stuff, but I’m not seeing it at all. At least on my machine the only difference is that Blink has shitty text rendering and drinks more power.

Gecko is a nice engine but FF has been turning into a potato since version 4.x. Why did they have to kill off Camino…
>>
>>41874298
Could be. It seems that SoundCloud's OCSP implementation is shitty which causes problems on many different browsers.
Couldn't you write/find a userscript that would open a vlc stream on every soundcloud link?
This should be pretty easy.
>>
>>41874582
Eh, Australis is shit (Pentadactyl is now basically necessary for usability) but under the hood, FF desperately needed the updates.
>>
>>41874586
guess it would be possible and maybe simple but I wouldn't really know where to start.
>>
>>41874481
I'm still trying to get webms to work. WTF, dwb.
>>
>>41874661
Webkit doesn’t have VP8 support. On OS X, installing the Perian QT plugin lets Webkit browsers play webms but I don’t know what linux people can do. I suspect that the VLC/gstreamer browser plugin might fix your issue, though.
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>>41874661
Well, I got part of it to work; it doesn't seem to work in youtube embeds, though. On firefox, I liked being able to choose between mp4 and webm depending on my mood.
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>>41874690
yeah pretty sure there is a gstreamer optional dependency for firefox that enables them, not sure which though
>>
>>41874709
I checked and they work now with sound too. I don't get why it's not working with youtube, but I guess it's not really a big deal, since mp4 works just fine.
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>>41874759
Youtube is stupidly picky about its HTML5 support, it’s rather annoying.
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>>41874661
Shit works for me on latest version.
Don't know how.
>>
>>41874795
They work for me using the git version.
>>
>>41874658
You can start by learning how to grab the correct MP3 ID of the file. Then you can run it with no problems.

https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/14998878&amp/stream?client_id=YOUR_CLIENT_ID
>>
>>41874531
>I'm still waiting for my Emacs-like browser.

You mean like Conkeror? or Firemacs?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conkeror
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/firemacs/
>>
>>41847768
>firefox used over 1gb
>firefox used over 1gb
>firefox used over 1gb

Oh look, another person hating on firefox because they don't know how to use a fucking computer.
>>
Dillo
Netsurf
>>
There's more lightweight browsers here;

Abaco
Conkeror - A Gecko based browser, imparting it Emacs style key bindings, appearances, and behaviors.
Dillo
dwb - A lightweight web browser based on the webkit.
edbrowse
ELinks
jumanji - A highly customizable and functional web browser based on the libwebkit.
Links
Lynx
netsurf
surf
uzbl - Web interface tools which adhere to the unix philosophy.
Vimperator - An extension to make Firefox keyboard friendly and Vim-like.
VimFX - Another extension to make Firefox Vim-like. Less invasive than Vimperator
w3m
xombrero - A minimalist web browser with sophisticated security features designed-in. Formerly known as xxxterm

List taken from Suckless.org. They have good stuff
>>
>>41848322
>>41848314
>>41848296
>>41848292
>needing a keyboard to scroll down
meanwhile, I'm on my reclining chair with my finger on the mouse wheel, laughing at all you "efficient" people
>>
>>41875149
>VimFX

essential
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>>41875238
>mouse wheel
lol
>>
>>41874905
Got it!


https://api.soundcloud.com/users/funktiononechile/tracks?client_id=YOUR_CLIENT_ID


https://api.soundcloud.com/users/funktiononechile/playlists?client_id=YOUR_CLIENT_ID


https://api.soundcloud.com/users/funktiononechile/favorites?client_id=YOUR_CLIENT_ID


Read artists ID and then you can access his/her tracks ID's.

I going to bed now.
You do know what to do next, right?
>>
>>41858576
Not him. I have quite a few extensions installed.
>>
>>41875401
I should also point out that caching to disk is disabled, only RAM.

I'm browsing Wizardchan ironically -- honest.
>>
>>41875380
>You do know what to do next, right?
To be honest not really. I don't know what your client ID is. I'd have to edit the script every time for each artist's tracks?
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>>41848391
>>41848446
You can just use dwb-9999, it works with 2.4.

I found 2.4 to be quite a bit slower than 2.2 though.
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>>41849016
Only 2 here.
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>>41875427
Dude,
- you visit the site of an artist
- you scrap the list of all his tracks from xml
- you create a local playlist in your player filled with urls that look like

https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/[TRACK_ID]/stream?client_id=YOUR_CLIENT_ID

"YOUR_CLIENT_ID" is an ID of your client. You can leave it in that form.

I can probably make some shitty userscript to do that next weekend.
I don't use soundcloud, so my motivation is weak.

Read their API documentation when in doubt.
Do you know how to use javascript?

You can also use a bash script that uses Curl.
>>
>>41875557
Long story short. There is a greasemonkey script that can do something like that, but unfortunatelly userscripts.org is still down.
>>
>>41875557
I see, think I understand what you mean now. I have never made any kind of script and don't know any javascript so it's a bit of a challenge but I'm sure I can come up with something from reading some documentation, thanks.
>>
>>41875609
Good luck.
I came from nothing to reading track ID's from a playlist and downloading them in like 20 minutes.
It can be done.
>>
Anyone else having issues expanding images inline on 4chan using hints?
>>
>>41875713
yes.
Use shift + id to open image in new tab.
>>
>>41875733
I mean
shift + f
>>
>>41861789
That's completely false. Noscript allows or denies scripts based on the domain they came from, not from the page that you're browsing. You can deny scripts from 4chan and allow scripts from google or cloudflare if you want.
>>
Why is it that I can't control + c a link and paste it in to the command bar? Is there a way other than right clicking and copying?
>>
What is toggle tab visibility? Doesn't seem to do anything.
>>
>>41875609
Make a thread on /g/ addressing this problem tomorow.
What you want is a script that will detect that you are on a soundcloud website, get user ID, get list of tracks from that particular sub-site you are on and display a player filled with scrapped tracks on that site. Have a look at ViewTube's source code.
There is a slim chance, someone on /g/ already did something like that.
Remember to post the thread when Slavs are not sleeping.

It's 2:26 am in here (eastern europe)
>>
>>41875960
ctrl + c
and
ctrl + v

work fine on dwb-git
>>
>>41876082
I'm using git as well but control c doesn't copy the link
>>
>>41876082
Works fine on Arch's stable snapshot as well.
>>
>>41847998
Blame retarded web developers.
>>
>>41876129
so you select a url, control c and then : control v and it pastes the url?
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>>41876120
Sucks to be you.
As you can see it works in here.
Unfortunatelly I don't have time to check why right now.
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>>41876168
yep
>>
>>41876175
It pastes in to a terminal or something else but not in to the command bar after pressing :
>>
Have any of you customised the look and feel of dwb with css? I want to change the tabs to 1:domainname with the same font size and colour, but I don't know the IDs.
>>
>>41876204
seems it pastes in to the secondary clipboard or whichever it is that urxvt uses when you use shift insert.
>>
>>41876204
This works as well.
What obscure distro are you using?
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>>41876264
>>
>>41876264
>>41876281
well fuck knows, I'm using arch
>>
I just wish it could have GTK-style tabs. There's no point in having an excessively text-based interface if you aren't in a terminal.

Besides, Luakit is superior as a minimal browser.
>>
>>41876651
The lack of gtk tabs is exactly why it is amazing. Why do you need anything more than a small title for the tab, anything else is a waste of space.
>>
How does the git version work on Debian Stable? I really don't mind outdated packages in the repo, but if it's up to date and works that'd be great
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