Jacek Piszczek has released a new update of his webbrowser Wayfarer for MorphOS 3.14 based on a recent branch of WebKit.
This version introduces several important features like a startup loader that will show splash windows as the app starts and quit. It will also catch and clean up after crashes of the web browser, in most cases making it possible to re-start the application.
An Eruda web console is now integrated in the debug menu. Eruda makes it possible to view DOM (Document Object Model) structure of a monitor its list and delete issue commands via console code editor more. several plugins are also available may be loaded on-demand maintain good website.
Moreover, it is now possible to start Wayfarer from a pre-saved session file or to make automatically restore the previous session.
To update, simply unpack the lha and copy ALL of the files in the archive to Wayfarer drawer replacing existing files. Your caches and configuration are safe.
For a full list of changes and bugfixes, see the update history.
David 'Daff' Brunet has put online on his website Obligement a test of Wayfarer, the new webbrowser for MorphOS 3.14.
Read the test.
Wayfarer, a new web browser based on a modern mid-2020 branch of WebKit is now available for download from wayfarer.icu. This new app makes it possible to browse most of the web that have become off-limits for Odyssey with its ageing engine. Google apps like Docs, Drive and Maps with Street view are supported just as the Whatsapp or Telegram web interfaces.
Wayfarer will work on any machine running the brand new MorphOS 3.14 with at least 1GB of RAM. A 1.5GHz or faster CPU is recommended.
This port has been made possible by the concerted effort of the MorphOS developers, the MorphOS beta testers, translators and all of the users who donated to the project.