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6 years ago
suggestion
if google adds a browser, kmeleon should add a search engine: http://www.yacy.net
Forum: General
6 years ago
suggestion
multiget.sf.net is a download manager open source, wxwidget gui though
Forum: Improvement requests
6 years ago
suggestion
what about using a Qt gui? or wxwidgets?
Forum: Improvement requests
6 years ago
suggestion
please no google toolbar, as this is only spyware.
Forum: Improvement requests
6 years ago
suggestion
please add the search engine www.yacy.net as described in the developers section, this engine is locally and a p2p engine.
Forum: Improvement requests
6 years ago
suggestion
please see a c++ / qt simple mail client here it is called Nuntius Leo http://nlcreator.sf.net if can be a kooked up pop up window in qt gui. that client needs support, but a build was working versy good already. Please support that instead of a XUL coding.
Forum: Development
6 years ago
suggestion
Hello each browser has a samll box for a keyword to search the web for that keyboard, so a text box bar and a button to "find". Can you implement this as well, but not a link+keyword to google, but to the p2p search engine www.yacy.net which is a localhost java p2p deamon. which has 2 modi a) only DHT exchange, that makes the search function in the p2p network b) a spide
Forum: Development
6 years ago
suggestion
Can you release K-Meleon crossplattform, so that it is as well available for Linux users and MAC =?
Forum: Development
6 years ago
suggestion
www.yacy.net has the same effect, we could build it into k-meleon as the default search engine, which has a crawl modus for websites with low bandwidth. then you have a p2p search engine into kameleon for website, and if you want to antiphorm, you can spider or crawl websites, so you get hundrets of urls each hour surfed in the background. Implement this. It is java deamon and the searchpage is
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