If 'config.prixy' is actually what you typed, then try 'config.proxy' instead :)
Hopefully it is that easy.
On August 15, 2019 2:48:31 PM EDT, Ron Eggler wrote:
>I'm a new qutebrowser user. How can I connect to the Internet using the
>system proxy on a Windows PC? I have tried to
Currently there is no concept of "tags", however you can use quickmarks,
which tie a url to a 'key'.
I have a pull request out that merges bookmarks/quickmarks into a single
concept that supports a featureful concept of tagging (looks like I need
to merge master again):
to reload all configs that way, but this is
>probably a qtwebengine issue, and not a qutebrowser issue, yes? Is
>what config-source does, but it just doesn't read quickmarks/bookmarks
>part of the config?
>On Fri, Jul 13, 2018 at 8:58 AM Ryan Roden-Corrent
I'm not a keepass user, but someone contributed a keepass userscript:
There are usage instructions at the top of the file.
Note the warning in the usage instructions: plaintext passwords will be
ind in the browser to change my keybindings. It is unlikely
>had capslock on, but even if I did, J and K weren't supposed to be
>that. I didn't submit a crash report when this happened; can I still do
>On Wed, May 9, 2018, 7:19 AM Ryan Roden-Co
> Out of nowhere, "j" and "k" on qutebrowser started working as :tab-prev and
> :tab-next instead of scrolling down and up. Then, I pressed another key
Any chance you had capslock on?
> Upon re-startup, all my custom keybindings (of which I have many) were
How did you configure your
Yuusha is correct, however it only applies to command-mode bindings. I don't
know of a good way to do this for other modes.
On Wed 11/22/17 10:54PM, Yuusha Spacewolf wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 23, 2017 at 02:07:43AM +, Stephen Davies (sdavies) wrote:
> > If you want to know what
Thanks for the great email, there's lots of clear, constructive feedback here.
> Default behaviour for moving between completions is tab or shift-tab. I know
> that I can make arrow keys also do the job in settings, but what is the point
> of having that disabled by default now?
t sure how to pass
an arg as a CLI argument.
On Sun 09/25/16 07:26PM, Ryan Roden-Corrent wrote:
> Tests are failing on my machine due to the following warning:
> QtWarningMsg: QXcbIntegration: Cannot create platform OpenGL context,
> neither GLX nor EGL are enabled
I see it too (0.5.1, Archlinux).
It goes away if you change the user agent from the default.
Try :set network user-agent and tab through the suggestions.
I've found this is actually necessary to use google hangouts.
Unfortunately, a non-default user-agent breaks a lot of the Github UI.
lorian Bruhin wrote:
> >* Ryan Roden-Corrent <r...@rcorre.net> [2016-03-10 21:08:43 -0500]:
> >>I remember a while back a mail went around about qutebrowser having trouble
> >>Github's web UI. Has anyone tried contacting their support about this? I
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