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  • v1.3.0   Release angelfish 1.3.0
    Release v1.3.0
    • Animate completion
    • Fix duplicated context menu
    • Split up into global and context drawer
    • Settings: Look more Kirigami-like
    • Move drawers to correct parent
    • webbrowser: Properly connect to c++
    • Create all objects on the QML side
    • Remove some outdated comments
    • Settings: Use urlFromUserInput on homepage and searchEngine
    • Comment and simplify code
    • Load as much as possible after startup using loaders
    • Completion: Add scroll bar decorations
    • Save lastVisited to disk and sort accordingly
    • feature: Add action for showing the desktop site
    • Rewrite user agent switcher in c++
    • Completion: Add background
    • change org name to mobile.kde.org
  • v1.2.0   Release angelfish v1.2.0
    Release v1.2.0

    New features:

    • Implement feature permission requests
    • New icon
    • Display tab titles
    • Make sure QtWebEngine uses QtQuickControls 2
    • Implement authentification dialog
    • Implement private mode
  • v1.1   Release v1.1
    Release v1.1


    • The autocompletion now shows the most recent entry first
    • The URL is now automatically selected when input gets focus
    • The homepage is now loaded if a new tab is opened
    • The options menu now uses a Kirigami context drawer
    • The navigation now has a drop shadow for a nicer visual look

    Bug fixes:

    • Inline messages like the popup blocker are now actually visible again
    • "View source" was fixed by a workaround
  • v1.0.1   Release 1.0.1
  • v1.0   Release plasma-angelfish 1.0
    Release v1.0

    This is the first release of Plasma Angelfish since its development has been taken over by the new Plasma Mobile team. Compared to before, several features have been added:

    • tabs can be closed
    • web search
    • in-page search
    • sharing pages
    • history based completion
    • Mobile pages are requested if wanted
    • context menu
    • popup blocker
    • basic downloads
    • configurable homepage and search engine

    On the technical side of things, Angelfish has been ported to the current QtWebEngine (as of Qt 5.13) and now uses Kirigami instead of Plasma Components.