Short Tip: Real Web Page Zoom In KDE 4’s Konqueror
Nobody has time to memorize a complete list of web browser keyboard shortcuts, and really, why should they? I only know a handful of web browser keyboard shortcuts, myself, and I probably use the same five shortcuts a hundred times a day. But not everyone knows about these five essential browser keyboard shortcuts. Let's fix that.
Short Tip: Real web page zoom in KDE 4’s Konqueror
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The original motivation came from the realization that almost everything I do on my computer was either in a terminal running tmux, or a browser with a few tabs open. I really only had two windows, but each of them had a set of tabs (I'd open a image viewer or a pdf reader as needed, but these were more short-lived). Tmux and my browser each had their own key bindings for managing tabs (opening, closing, focusing, etc). So I had each of these sets of key bindings, plus another from my WM to cycle between the tmux and browser windows.
Not really. This uses QWebEngine as the rendering engine which is about the same as chromium, and identical to qutebrowser, falkon, konqueror, and some other major browsers. There are current limitations in handling things like fullscreening of videos - but this is temporary as that simply hasn't been implemented yet.
Well, it's your party, I just invited myself;-) and hope to enjoy it, get some ideas etc..I already added the info,html to install part of the makefile, it gets installed in '/usr/share/doc' a man page may be better, I make that later.Already I found I see no way to zoom the page so characters are small but I'll figure it out I think..
EDIT: oh, and as for the info.html, sorry that's no longer in the source repo! I've moved that information into the Fossil wiki. There WILL be a man page forthcoming. I've never been fond of writing documentation, but I've learned that the only way to maintain any motivation to write it is to not write too much of it too soon while the code is still in flux. I need to work with the code a bit more to settle a few up-in-the-air issues that will dictate how some of the documentation should work. I'm not too sure on a timeline - but I'd say a week or so and I should be able to start genuine work on documentation. The current state of the code is still well short of being ready for an actual tagged release.
My suggestion is to integrate FreeMind with Firefox so you can classify anything you download and extract useful knowledge. In case of being a html page also would be great some clipboard features to add selected text to FM notes in a particular node or as a new child etc.. My html notes consist on a short text I write about the webpage, below link to webpage and below selected text of this webpage, then I save the webpage in a directory for later use. Currently I am using FM to organize some info from my html notes and recent html pages (several hundreds) I have downloaded and I would find this feature fantastic. First you download a file/html page with selected/typed/default text as filename and assign selected or typed text to their FM node, then you organize downloads in a new tab in which FreeMind is running.. Wonderful!! (Also persistent notes instead of temporal ones or at least the ability to choose their behaviour would be great too)