Konqueror still uses KHTML (from which Webkit was forked). However
there is ongoing talk of switching to WebKit and there are some
examples that illustrate the use of WebKit in KDE already, e.g. rekonq
So don't expect Konqueror to behave like Safari or Google Chrome just
On Feb 11, 1:26 am, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> Thanks for these data points.
> Dan, if you could find out the versions of Konqueror and Review Board
> used, it would help. I spent some time a while back trying to make it
> work with Konqueror, but I will say that we don't officially support
> it. We would prefer to work without loss of functionality, however,
> even if it's not perfect.
> I thought Konqueror used WebKit these days, in which case we should
> just work fine, as we support WebKit for Safari and Google Chrome.
> On Wednesday, February 10, 2010, pfee <p...@talk21.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I remember a while back (may be a year ago) having to use Firefox
> > because Konqueror didn't work correctly. However a few KDE releases
> > later I tried again and was pleased to see that Konqueror had started
> > working as required.
> > Unfortunately I didn't take note of which particular version of
> > Konqueror made the difference, but I can say I'm using Konqueror 4.3.5
> > on Fedora 12 and it works for me.
> > Thanks,
> > Paul
> > On Feb 10, 7:10 pm, David Trowbridge <trowb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> debugger (like firebug) would hel figure out what's wrong but I don't
> >> know if konquerer has such a thing.
> >> -David
> >> On Feb 9, 2010, at 5:07 AM, "daniel.j.la...@googlemail.com"
> >> <daniel.j.la...@googlemail.com
> >> > wrote:
> >> > All,
> >> > I have encouraged people within my software group to start using
> >> > review-board and so far the response has been very positive. However
> >> > as with any large software and firmware team people have their
> >> > favourite tools.
> >> > One of these tools happens to be KDE Konqueror in some cases. The
> >> > problem is that when users create a review request it all starts up ok
> >> > but the following occurs:
> >> > 1. Clicking on all text entry areas (Description / Testing Done /
> >> > Summary) etc does not result in an OK Cancel button appearing.
> >> > 2. Clicking on view diff results in the first file in the diff request
> >> > showing - however the subsequent parts of the diff just show the
> >> > loading icon (swirling dots) and nothing happens
> >> > I would be interested in hearing peoples thoughts on how I can debug
> >> > this and what further information you would like before I try to raise
> >> > a bug report - or maybe other people have some helpful options I can
> >> > enable on Konqueror to get this to work.
> >> > Cheers
> >> > Dan
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