What do you mean withjamkirbs wrote:Since I'm new with this rpi, I cannot say that I did the right thing to do. After i installed this kweb, nothing happened. I cant say that something is new. I dont know if i need to install something or what. I need answer. Thanks in advance.
? Did you actually try to run it? After reading the manual, of course...After i installed this kweb, nothing happened
Again, have you read the docs?jamkirbs wrote:How can i run it? After installing, nothing happened. My desktop doesnt change. Well i didnt found any changes happened to my rpi. I mean after reaching the end of the line of the installation, i dont know what's next to do.
Definitely not. It was a design decision from the beginning not to do that.James_Owens wrote:Do you plan to add tabs as an option to your web browser?
At this point this is the fastest browser on the Pi which supports JS. Tabs is the only feature I miss. Thanks for the answer.
kweb and epiphany don't interfere in any way. But if a new epiphany update is installed (got one yestersay) with new webkit3 libraries this will also influence kweb3.PuppetHoundZ wrote:I read the whole manual on Kweb and I have one or two questions. First off I haven't installed yet.
Q1: I read that Youtube-dl has to be install a different way to work properly as it says to do a few terminal commands for it to install properly so that update features work. It also mentions that the Pi may need to be overclocked for this to run properly with out having to wait a long time. I'm a fan of the default clock. If I used the advanced way of install youtube-dl that reduceses load time by half would I still be waiting a long time if I'm using default clock.
Q2: Would installing Kweb in anyway inhibit the performance or future updates of the Epiphany Browser or mess with any of the files of Raspbian's OS future dist-upgrades if I decide to install Kweb as a alternative with Epiphany still installed? I don't want to install this and realize that I have to reinstall Raspbian because somthing broke, LOL.
If you can provide answers. I may jump on installing this browser in the next few days.
Keep up the good work too. The manual on this browser sort of makes Raspbian have a sort of media-center solution for those who love to stick with Raspbian rather than mess with Kodi (XMBC or Raspbmc).
Youtube-dl from the repo is very old and will kill itself, if you try to run an update withJames_Owens wrote:Q1 : I've installed youtube-dl normally
sudo apt-get install youtube-dl
Q2 : I have both Epiphany and kweb. No observable problems. Epiphany is obviously slower than kweb.
If you want to have proper icons in kweb3 you need to install gtk3 packages.
That is all.
Latest python and omxplayer is a smart idea.
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You can add such a button yourself. Select applications on the menu page. Click "Edit". In the editor add a line at the bottomPuppetHoundZ wrote:Ok Thanks for letting me know how to delete cookies. Would be nice to have a delete button on this thing but the manual way is fine. But my terminal say no such file or directory.
This site won't play videos with Youtube-dl or just html5 support but it works in Epiphany. This is a site I do a lot of Testing with on Epiphany :
http://tv.jw.org/#video/VODChildren/doc ... _E_1_VIDEO
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Delete Cookies=rm ~/.web_cookie_jar
There is no method to set the initial zoom built into kweb.22solutions wrote:hi all
im sorry if i missed this in the readme but is there a way to set a default zoom using kweb? im running in kiosk mode but would like to set the default zoom for a page to 90%. is there a way to send a alt+- once my page has loaded? like http://my.page.com/mypage.html?kbd=-
i tried this but it didn't work. once its loaded i can use keyboard to zoom - but its a kiosk display with no peripherals.