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[No Bug - unsupported] Qupzilla Browser broken since March 7th

post #1 of 9
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whatever update you did, it seems to have broken a number of Webkit browsers I have tried accessing the site with.480
post #2 of 9
Not familiar with this browser and I don't think it's supported or tested on. Let me check with QA though.
post #3 of 9
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Originally Posted by SJHuddler View Post

Not familiar with this browser and I don't think it's supported or tested on. Let me check with QA though.

its a Webkit browser, based on the khtml/qtebkit port, it worked before the update.It is a QT browser. It should work with no trouble.
post #4 of 9
We're not familiar with this browser, and it probably has new elements that we're not supporting. Since it's not a supported browser, there's not much I can do in the short term, unfortunately.

Also - "a number of webkit browsers" - I assume you mean other non-standard ones? Which?
post #5 of 9
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Originally Posted by SJHuddler View Post

We're not familiar with this browser, and it probably has new elements that we're not supporting. Since it's not a supported browser, there's not much I can do in the short term, unfortunately.
Also - "a number of webkit browsers" - I assume you mean other non-standard ones? Which?

webkit/qtwebkit is standards compliant,it is the same engine chrome, and safari are built on. My initial suspicion. it that your browser ID code for features isn't getting a return from the browser. Which imho is perfectly fine as the browser I am using should not effect the website. I am betting your code can't discern between mobile, desktop and therefore it fails to send data. someone missed the fall back mode to desktop as the default.

That screen shot in my first post, shows web inspector, its a Firefox feature to. Basically, your server isn't sending any data out.
Edited by SCollins - 3/9/12 at 2:24pm
post #6 of 9
wow nice to see a new browser in BeOS!
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post #7 of 9
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wow nice to see a new browser in BeOS!

its www.haiku-os.org, and still no exscuse at all for the browser to break, it worked prior to the update.
post #8 of 9
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Still no response ? the site worked with qupzilla before the update, and now its broken.
post #9 of 9

Well I did respond, it's simply that we don't support it, and it's not in use widely enough to be a good use of QA time to spend debugging when we have a lot of other major bugs and features already on our plates.  I downloaded it and it pulled up OCN fine, then got what you got after I logged in.  Not much we can do here, we can't/don't support every minor browser in development out there.  Sorry about that, but that's out of my hands.

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