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OSNews, Generic OSes Hobbies. Where would the computer industry be without them? Arguably, there wouldn't be a computer industry had it not been for hobbyists in the first place. The ineffable need to scratch an itch does still percolate even in this closed down world of big mainstream technology from big companies opposed to the little guy innovating. OSNews asks, what are you working on? We want to hear from you about your hobby projects (technology related or otherwise) to get a sense of what the community is cooking up for love of it, rather than because you're paid to do so. Share and enjoy!
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RE[2]: What am I not doing?
by Morgul on Wed 9th Jun 2010 13:57 UTC in reply to "RE: What am I not doing?"
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Thanks! We've been looking into tabs in the titlebar, but it looks like the best case scenario would involve some low level custom Qt Code and then wrapping it for python. At the moment, I'd rather get things like proxy support and multiple processes working.

There's some neat features that Qt 4.7 will gain us, and we're really hoping to transition from PyQt (with its tendency to segfault the moment you look at it sideways) to PySide as soon as it has windows support. (Though, the latest version lets us code for both, so we're thinking of doing that.)

Glad you like it. ;) It was basically created because I can't stand just about any browser these days, with the exception of chrome... and even then... lack of commands or decently configurable keyboard shortcuts bugs me.

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