2020-06-03, updated: 2021-07-22
We are happy to announce the release of Next version 1.4.0!
CLOS-style configuration. This simplifies setting the default slots of the various classes (
minibuffer, etc.). In particular, the user-specialized (or extension-specialized) classes can in turn be composed to form a new specialized classes.
Revamped hook system. (Backward incompatible.) Hooks are now simpler to use but also more powerful. In particular, handlers can be typed and composed. See the manual for examples.
Link hints: Add fuzzy-completion over titles and URLs.
--evalcommand line argument.
New delete-all-buffers command.
Open directories, music and videos directly from Next.
VCS: More checks and notifications.
Complete search-engine names with Tab.
Display package in
More minibuffer default bindings. Bind
Endin the minibuffer.
Remove history duplicates.
Scroll page with an offset by default.Offset is configurable in the
New command line parameter
--sessionto skip loading the previous session.
Password manager fixes. (Thanks to Rune Juhl Jacobsen.)
Don't reload page when there is no history change.
Omit extra space in search engine queries.
Show if new or current buffer in
set-urlprompt (Thanks to Rune Juhl Jacobsen).
Fix minibuffer performance hog.
Fix element hint performance.
Buttons hints can now be followed.
Fix element hint rendered offscreen on a scaled display.
Next is a keyboard-oriented, extensible web-browser designed for power users. The application has familiar key-bindings (Emacs, VI), is fully configurable and extensible in Lisp, and has powerful features for productive professionals.
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