(The version of Midori was not recorded)
The first glance is that this isn't a real project because it doesn't have a real website. But then again, it doesn't have a stable release yet, so I don't mind at all.
Overall it's decent, but it lacks a couple of fundamentals which would prevent my using it as an everyday browser. The fact that it is better with Flash really gives it a niche use.
Tested 2009-08-07 on Unity Linux 0.99-alpha1.
Internet, Web >
The problem with developers is they fly off onto wild tangents without any consideration for usability.
I appreciate AJAX. I really do. The reason websites like YouTube are required to use this technique is to save on bandwidth costs.
The problem is that a site is totally unusable. Nomatter how pretty developers make their site, if it uses AJAX it will suck.
I went way out of my way to comb through all of the settings of msec to make sure things are to my liking. However, my preferences have been overwritten by a default for the second time!
This really pisses me off to no end. The one thing whose configuration is amazingly important to not screw up.. gets screwed up.
I strongly suspect this was done by PCLinuxOS updating.
As useful as Google spell checking is, it doesn't measure up to the value the Wayback Machine has had for me.
I love the Wayback Machine. I want it to have my babies.
Macromedia Adobe Flash is a stupid idea that has been implemented badly. Hell, since day 0 the entire concept of browser plugins has been shaky at best. Seriously.
Software > Search >
"The GNU Find Utilities" is one of those packages that's installed everywhere.
find is one of those programs everyone ends up using and ends up being horrified at.