--- Comment #5 from Alberto Díaz López <albertodz...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Alberto Díaz López from comment #3)
> (In reply to David Rosca from comment #1)
> > 1. That depends on QtWebEngine. New Qt release usually ships with
> > QtWebEngine based on newer Chromium.
> > 2. Developer tools can be enabled by setting
> > QTWEBENGINE_REMOTE_DEBUGGING=12345 env variable (you can use any port you
> > like, 12345 in this example). QtWebEngine 5.11 will have proper developer
> > tools without this hack.
> > 3. Advanced options are in preferences, I don't see any reason for this.
> > 4. AdBlock implementation can be improved, but if you really want uBlock you
> > should write to the uBlock addon developer.
> > should make writing extensions easier.
> Thanks, i read something about that yeah, on Twitter, i'm very excited about
> 2: So basically at the future, the developer tools will be implemented as
> native? With QtWebEngine, right?
> 3: I saw them, but there are only 4 options on the Appearance, what i can
> see and there are not what i mean, i mean, some really advanced options,
> related to, as i said, like in Mozilla Firefox, is about:config, i suppose
> you know it, but there are a lot of options, which change the behavior of
> the software.
> 4: Ok, i will write him to telling that.
> Thanks for your surprisingly speed responses and thanks for your hard work.
> Receive a huge hug.
I add to the previous comment,
1: Ok, so there is no responsibility of Falkon/QupZilla, because it delegates
into QtWebEngine for that.
Thanks and sorry for the inconveniences.
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