2021-06-22, updated: 2021-07-22
We are happy to announce Nyxt 2.1.0. This release addresses some minor issues in Nyxt and adds a few exciting new features!
process-mode. Process mode enables you to automate the repetition of tedious tasks. For example, you can have process mode refresh a page whenever you save a file. This could be useful for previewing LaTeX documents, or working on websites!
A good example of
process-modecan be seen in
watch-modewhich automatically refreshes a page for you on a specified interval.
When a website pops up a dialog to the user, use the prompt buffer instead of a GTK dialog.
This behaviour can be controlled with the
cruise-control-mode. Cruise control mode allows you to scroll down the page at a fixed speed. This mode is particularly well suited for reading long articles.
The "Loading:" text in the status area has been replaced by a small animating spinner.
Fix broken "hamburger" button to list buffers.
Make bookmarklets callable from
Quit gracefully when
C-cis pressed in the parent shell.
Fix search engine queries with
define-configuration. (Thanks to @mariari.)
Support command-line argument in external-editor-program.
Fix proxy-mode configuration. (Thanks to @Zwo1in.)
Fix history corruptions when an error occurred while saving the history to disk.
For the complete change list, please consult the CHANGELOG.org file.
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