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== What is Midori? ==
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[http://www.twotoasts.de/index.php?/pages/midori_summary.html Midori] is a lightweight web browser by Christian Dywan.
Midori is a very powerful GTK+2 browser based on webkit, which aims to be simple, fast and snappy. Yet it's not very popular but it's really powerful.
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==Installing==
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==Features==
{{Package Official|Midori}} is available in the ['''extra'''] repo. Install by running:
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* Full integration with GTK+ 2
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* Fast rendering with WebKit
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* Tabs, windows, and session management
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* Flexible, configurable web search
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* Support for user scripts and styles
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* Straightforward bookmark management
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* Customizable and extensible interface
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* Extensions providing common features such as AdBlock, form history, mouse gestures, and cookie management
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==Installation==
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{{Package Official|Midori}} is available in the [extra] repo and can be installed with:
 
  # pacman -S midori
 
  # pacman -S midori
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A development version ({{Package AUR|midori-git}}) is also available in the [[AUR]].

Revision as of 15:49, 25 March 2011

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Midori is a lightweight web browser by Christian Dywan.

Features

  • Full integration with GTK+ 2
  • Fast rendering with WebKit
  • Tabs, windows, and session management
  • Flexible, configurable web search
  • Support for user scripts and styles
  • Straightforward bookmark management
  • Customizable and extensible interface
  • Extensions providing common features such as AdBlock, form history, mouse gestures, and cookie management

Installation

Template:Package Official is available in the [extra] repo and can be installed with:

# pacman -S midori

A development version (Template:Package AUR) is also available in the AUR.