Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-18 Thread Steve

On 2/18/19 8:20 AM, Florian Bruhin wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:45:21PM -0500, Steve wrote:

On 2/17/19 2:42 PM, Florian Bruhin wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:23:19PM -0500, Steve wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:

There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/

Huh, but there was before the update?

Florian

When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the
package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf
~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know if
that file was there or not).

After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up (but
all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have previously
suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" - and I did not
test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains and there is no
autoconfig.yml file.

So I assume you are using qute://settings? Does it work when using the
:set command instead?

You might want to use qutebrowser-git instead until I finish fixing up
the remaining Qt 5.12 issues and release v1.6.0.

Florian

I was using :set but just now tried qute://settings with same results,
settings do not keep.

I just saw your report - you're just using the ":set" command without
arguments, which opens qute://settings. That's expected to be broken in
v1.5.2 with Qt 5.12 (but like I said, qutebrowser-git has it fixed).

What I meant is using e.g. ":set downloads.remove_finished 3000" instead
of using the webpage.

Florian


Okay this works. autoconfig.yml is created and the setting is preserved. 
Seems like this is a known issue/workaround and my freezing issue is 
almost certainly a separate issue which I will research separately if it 
recurs.


Many thanks for this and all your work on Qutebrowser!

Steve


Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-18 Thread Steve
So sorry for the misunderstanding! Qutebrowser has worked so well for me 
generally I never delved too deeply into settings and advanced 
functions. Thank you and will follow up on this shortly.


On 2/18/19 8:20 AM, Florian Bruhin wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:45:21PM -0500, Steve wrote:

On 2/17/19 2:42 PM, Florian Bruhin wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:23:19PM -0500, Steve wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:

There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/

Huh, but there was before the update?

Florian

When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the
package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf
~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know if
that file was there or not).

After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up (but
all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have previously
suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" - and I did not
test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains and there is no
autoconfig.yml file.

So I assume you are using qute://settings? Does it work when using the
:set command instead?

You might want to use qutebrowser-git instead until I finish fixing up
the remaining Qt 5.12 issues and release v1.6.0.

Florian

I was using :set but just now tried qute://settings with same results,
settings do not keep.

I just saw your report - you're just using the ":set" command without
arguments, which opens qute://settings. That's expected to be broken in
v1.5.2 with Qt 5.12 (but like I said, qutebrowser-git has it fixed).

What I meant is using e.g. ":set downloads.remove_finished 3000" instead
of using the webpage.

Florian



Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-18 Thread Florian Bruhin
On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:45:21PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> 
> On 2/17/19 2:42 PM, Florian Bruhin wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:23:19PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> > > On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> > > > > There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/
> > > > Huh, but there was before the update?
> > > > 
> > > > Florian
> > > When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the
> > > package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf
> > > ~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know if
> > > that file was there or not).
> > > 
> > > After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up 
> > > (but
> > > all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have previously
> > > suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" - and I did 
> > > not
> > > test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains and there is no
> > > autoconfig.yml file.
> > So I assume you are using qute://settings? Does it work when using the
> > :set command instead?
> > 
> > You might want to use qutebrowser-git instead until I finish fixing up
> > the remaining Qt 5.12 issues and release v1.6.0.
> > 
> > Florian
> I was using :set but just now tried qute://settings with same results,
> settings do not keep.

I just saw your report - you're just using the ":set" command without
arguments, which opens qute://settings. That's expected to be broken in
v1.5.2 with Qt 5.12 (but like I said, qutebrowser-git has it fixed).

What I meant is using e.g. ":set downloads.remove_finished 3000" instead
of using the webpage.

Florian

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Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Florian Bruhin
On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:45:21PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> 
> On 2/17/19 2:42 PM, Florian Bruhin wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:23:19PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> > > On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> > > > > There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/
> > > > Huh, but there was before the update?
> > > > 
> > > > Florian
> > > When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the
> > > package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf
> > > ~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know if
> > > that file was there or not).
> > > 
> > > After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up 
> > > (but
> > > all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have previously
> > > suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" - and I did 
> > > not
> > > test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains and there is no
> > > autoconfig.yml file.
> > So I assume you are using qute://settings? Does it work when using the
> > :set command instead?
> > 
> > You might want to use qutebrowser-git instead until I finish fixing up
> > the remaining Qt 5.12 issues and release v1.6.0.
> > 
> > Florian
> I was using :set but just now tried qute://settings with same results,
> settings do not keep.

Can you please set something using :set and then do :report so I can
take a look at the debug logs?

Florian

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Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Steve



On 2/17/19 2:42 PM, Florian Bruhin wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:23:19PM -0500, Steve wrote:

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:

There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/

Huh, but there was before the update?

Florian

When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the
package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf
~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know if
that file was there or not).

After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up (but
all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have previously
suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" - and I did not
test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains and there is no
autoconfig.yml file.

So I assume you are using qute://settings? Does it work when using the
:set command instead?

You might want to use qutebrowser-git instead until I finish fixing up
the remaining Qt 5.12 issues and release v1.6.0.

Florian
I was using :set but just now tried qute://settings with same results, 
settings do not keep.


Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Florian Bruhin
On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:23:19PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> > > There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/
> > Huh, but there was before the update?
> > 
> > Florian
> 
> When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the
> package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf
> ~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know if
> that file was there or not).
> 
> After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up (but
> all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have previously
> suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" - and I did not
> test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains and there is no
> autoconfig.yml file.

So I assume you are using qute://settings? Does it work when using the
:set command instead?

You might want to use qutebrowser-git instead until I finish fixing up
the remaining Qt 5.12 issues and release v1.6.0.

Florian

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Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Steve

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:

There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/

Huh, but there was before the update?

Florian


When things kept freezing up I did pacman -Rns qutebrowser to remove the 
package completely from my system. Then I maually rm -rf 
~/.config/qutebrowser/ (sorry I didn't check its contents first to know 
if that file was there or not).


After reinstalling (pacman -S qutebrowser) so far it has not frozen up 
(but all freezes happened while brainzilla.com was open - I have 
previously suspected some of their javascript of being a little "funny" 
- and I did not test again yet that page. But the settings issue remains 
and there is no autoconfig.yml file.


Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Florian Bruhin
Hi,

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 01:02:31PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> Since the latest update settings are not keeping for me. Any changes I make
> revert to their defaults.

Is this via qute://settings? That's probably broken with Qt 5.12, but
should be fixed with the qutebrowser-git PKGBUILD). I'm currently
working on fixing other Qt 5.12 related stuff before releasing v1.6.0.

> Also, qutebrowser has been freezing my system (or maybe it is a QT update?)
> forcing a reboot. On occassions when I can pkill qutebrower (sometimes have
> to hard reboot) it revives itself over and over and will not quit.

That doesn't sound like a qutebrowser issue - might be a bug in your
graphic driver or something. The last qutebrowser release was back in
October, the Arch packaging changes were just minor dependency
adjustments.

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 10:47:05AM -0800, Jay Kamat wrote:
> > Also, qutebrowser has been freezing my system (or maybe it is a QT
> > update?) forcing a reboot. On occassions when I can pkill qutebrower
> > (sometimes have to hard reboot) it revives itself over and over and
> > will not quit. Something is not right with this latest update. Any
> > ideas where to begin troubleshooting this or are there known issues?
> 
> I'm guessing that for some reason, some packaging change in arch added a
> config.py for you (there was at least one other user that reported this).

Not aware of anything like that, and there would be a lot more people
affected if that was the case.

On Sun, Feb 17, 2019 at 02:01:10PM -0500, Steve wrote:
> There is no autoconfig.yml at all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/

Huh, but there was before the update?

Florian

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Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Steve

On 2/17/19 1:47 PM, Jay Kamat wrote:

Steve writes:


Greetings,

Since the latest update settings are not keeping for me. Any changes I
make revert to their defaults.

There has not been a qutebrowser update recently.


Also, qutebrowser has been freezing my system (or maybe it is a QT
update?) forcing a reboot. On occassions when I can pkill qutebrower
(sometimes have to hard reboot) it revives itself over and over and
will not quit. Something is not right with this latest update. Any
ideas where to begin troubleshooting this or are there known issues?

I'm guessing that for some reason, some packaging change in arch added a
config.py for you (there was at least one other user that reported this). You
probably want to check if there's a config.py in your config folder. See
https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/blob/master/doc/help/configuring.asciidoc
(searching for 'config.py') for more information.

-Jay
Thanks but there is no such file config.py anywhere in my /home 
directory (or /etc for that matter just in case it might have ended up 
there). I'm going to look around some and see if QT or Python updates 
mucked around. Qutebrowser was updated on my system to 1.5.2-4 three 
days ago but I went away and didn't use the computer until today. Things 
are misbehaving across the browser including freezes (particularly on 
brainzilla.com) and settings not keeping. There is no autoconfig.yml at 
all in ~/.config/qutebrowser/


Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Jay Kamat


Steve writes:

> Greetings,
>
> Since the latest update settings are not keeping for me. Any changes I
> make revert to their defaults.

There has not been a qutebrowser update recently.

> Also, qutebrowser has been freezing my system (or maybe it is a QT
> update?) forcing a reboot. On occassions when I can pkill qutebrower
> (sometimes have to hard reboot) it revives itself over and over and
> will not quit. Something is not right with this latest update. Any
> ideas where to begin troubleshooting this or are there known issues?

I'm guessing that for some reason, some packaging change in arch added a
config.py for you (there was at least one other user that reported this). You
probably want to check if there's a config.py in your config folder. See
https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/blob/master/doc/help/configuring.asciidoc
(searching for 'config.py') for more information.

-Jay


Re: [qutebrowser] settings not keeping

2019-02-17 Thread Steve



On 2/17/19 1:02 PM, Steve wrote:

Greetings,

Since the latest update settings are not keeping for me. Any changes I 
make revert to their defaults.


Also, qutebrowser has been freezing my system (or maybe it is a QT 
update?) forcing a reboot. On occassions when I can pkill qutebrower 
(sometimes have to hard reboot) it revives itself over and over and 
will not quit. Something is not right with this latest update. Any 
ideas where to begin troubleshooting this or are there known issues?


Thanks,

Steve

Edit: I am running Arch (kernel 4.20.8) with Qutebrowser version 1.5.2-4.