Thoughts on Arora
yuriy.kozlov at gmail.com
Sun Jul 19 20:55:18 BST 2009
On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 3:09 PM, Roderick B.
Greening<roderick.greening at gmail.com> wrote:
> No Ad Block
> Flash is just as unstable as it was in Konq
> Not KDE integrated
> No password integration (KWallet)
> MIME type detection broken (webkit issue)
> Proxy settings not integrated with desktop
> I see no plus or pros for it.
> And I could go on... the reason we were considering it was due to a particular
> site or two working in it... that didn't in Konq.
> So, arora is a no go from me, unless version 0.8 offers some extreme changes.
I agree, while it would have been nice to have a browser that works
with sites most people use, I've been using Arora 0.7 in Jaunty and
it's really not ready. It currently offers no advantage over Firefox
in KDE (except maybe startup time), none of the niceties of Konqueror,
and leaks memory even worse than Firefox 3.0 does (this may be largely
Facebook's fault in both cases).
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