🗄 Mount your browser tabs as a filesystem.
Emacs bindings for Tridactyl
Keybindings for AutoKey to provide Emacs goodness everywhere else.
[Question] How to yank the URLs of all the buffers?
Neat! Do you have it in a repo somewhere, or do you want it to the qutebrowser repository by any chance?
See *$QUTE_SESSION pointing to a session file* here: Expose some more variables to userscripts · Issue #937 · qutebrowser/qutebrowser - as a workaround, you can write a :session-save command as outlined above to $QUTE_FIFO, but you'll then need to wait for a short while for the file to appear.
You can add it to qutebrowser/misc/userscripts at master · qutebrowser/qutebrowser.
Any way to change what's displayed in xmobar?
reddit.com/r/qutebrowser | 2021-01-13
I don't think that's possible. I assume that the available fields are properties which are hard-coded into qutebrowser. Supplying custom ones is not possible afaik. It looks like you're out of luck with this one. The `tab` Id would've been available if it were not overridden here.
Alternate open-source web browsers for linux?
reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 2021-01-12
FWIW that's already implemented, the change was merged some three weeks ago. It's not released yet however, as there are various other things to be done for v2.0.0 first.reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 2021-01-12
Hints not fully working on this website
Most likely their messages are something like custom div elements without anything allowing them to be detected as a hint (at least not before hints for elements with a JS click handlers are a thing).
TabFS for qutebrowser?
It's a Chromium extension, which won't work in qutebrowser. I suppose it might theoretically be possible to reimplement it in Python some day for qutebrowser; I just added it to the extension ideas FWIW.
Of course, this isn't to say that your proposal is inferior or philosophically incompatible. Quite the opposite, I think it may ultimately be the better or more coherent way of handling things. Still, and IPC socket mechanisms is already in place; and it's also never a good idea to incoperate duplicate functionality into a program. The main roadblock to complete interprogram communication, IIRC, is the fact that qutebrowser as of yet doesn't provide a generally available IPC socket.
What do you want to build with it? A part of its functionality is probably covered quite well by userscripts.
Browser of use for Voidlinux Users
reddit.com/r/voidlinux | 2021-01-08
FWIW if that happens, it's reproducible with --temp-basedir as well, and there isn't an issue open about it yet - please report it! Often, all that's needed is a faked user agent to make things work.
TabFS - Mount your browser tabs as a filesystem
There are userscripts - not as "immediate" as a pipe perhaps, but it gets you access to more information (like both HTML and plaintext variants of the page's contents).
Discussion about default setting/bindings changes for v2.0.0
reddit.com/r/qutebrowser | 2020-12-31
reddit.com/r/qutebrowser | 2020-12-30
There are a couple of addons you could use (e.g. Vimium and maybe Tridactyl) to get those keybindings there as well :)
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