Many thanks for that - I just tried the latest development version, and if nothing else, can confirm that the same bug is still there! I'll stick with it though, as it seems to be stable otherwise.helpful wrote:Sad to say that the problem with NetSurf crashing when cutting and pasting in text areas has been around for several years
I don't think PackMan has been setup to fetch the very latest development version, so you could try downloading that and seeing if things have improved. There have been some big updates recently. Follow the "Test builds" link (top right) from this page: http://www.netsurf-browser.org/downloads/riscos/
Do not overwrite your existing copy just in case the latest dev version is broken!
I do not know about all that. I think the solution is to find a good liteweight webkit based browser and port it to RISC OS. I have been looking around to see what is available, and plan on doing a ort soon.I'll probably use RISC for robotics AI and CNC, but use Raspian for internet work.
Midori seems to have the best reputation as a lightweight web-browser that uses Webkit.DavidS wrote:I think the solution is to find a good liteweight webkit based browser and port it to RISC OS.I'll probably use RISC for robotics AI and CNC, but use Raspian for internet work.
Yea tried it some time ago, it is to slow to be usable on a 33MHz ARM 610, it may be goo on the RPi, though I folow the philosophy that for most desktop apps, it should be usable on the lowest common HardWare. In ths cse this means a RiscPC with a ARM610 and 32MB of RAM (of course running RISC OS 5. If some one can figure out how to get Midori to run well on the low end RiscPC then we will have a good fast browser for the RPi.dr_d_gee wrote:Midori seems to have the best reputation as a lightweight web-browser that uses Webkit.
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