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guzzi:
It looks like a beta release of QT5 is imminent. Days rather then weeks away (my assessment, https://github.com/bitwiseworks/qtbase-os2/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+sort%3Aupdated-desc). Pretty much on schedule. Once the retail version is complete work on the browser proper can start. A lot of people have sponsored this project, either directly to BWW or through VOICE. Please, keep sponsoring. Beside the browser a lot of other application will become available in more recent versions with this port of QT5. i.e. qBittorrent. I think Tellie is already waiting impatiently to start porting newer QT apps to our platform). A little bird whispered in my ear that the Falcon browser  might be available as early as November.



Sponsoring: http://www.os2voice.org/membership.html#bww

Martin Iturbide:
Don't forget the Bitwiseworks link to donate.  ;D

Or you can also use Paetron to donate monthly.

Regards

ivan:
Maybe I missed something but what browser is this and will it use addons like noscript and adblock plus?

guzzi:
https://www.falkon.org/about/

David Graser:

--- Quote from: guzzi on August 07, 2019, 09:50:17 pm ---It looks like a beta release of QT5 is imminent. Days rather then weeks away (my assessment, https://github.com/bitwiseworks/qtbase-os2/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+sort%3Aupdated-desc). Pretty much on schedule. Once the retail version is complete work on the browser proper can start. A lot of people have sponsored this project, either directly to BWW or through VOICE. Please, keep sponsoring. Beside the browser a lot of other application will become available in more recent versions with this port of QT5. i.e. qBittorrent. I think Tellie is already waiting impatiently to start porting newer QT apps to our platform). A little bird whispered in my ear that the Falcon browser  might be available as early as November.

Sponsoring: http://www.os2voice.org/membership.html#bww

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I made a 80x80 PNG icon and an OS/2 256 color icon.

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