Most wanted features for Morph?
TotalSonic last edited by
@Giiba - sure that works, but if you place an html file into a subfolder inside your Documents folder and try to open it via its local url it doesn't (just tested this). ALSO - again, that is not a direct gui based method of opening the file - what I am asking for is a gui based method with an "Open" command within Morph's options, which allows for browsing in the file manager prior to clicking it to have it open, rather than having to know and type the local file's url.
thilov last edited by
Save Username and Password. See here.
Support for a dedicated Reading List would be awesome!
Privacy and security settings were great (e.g. cookie blocking, script blocking, tracker blocking).
@poVoq Brave has total sync over all platforms and is chrome-based. Comes with dark-mode, ad-blocker, fingerprinting protection and much more. Unfortunately is not officialy suported by Cannonical in their app store, but the build for Ubuntu from the Brave site is super. Not a Firefox browser fan...
So, if a browser could do what Brave does, I'm more than happy!
webrtc with voice and video.
For me, some appreciated features would be:
- option to move adress bar to the bottom of the screen
- quick toggle (in burger menu) for desktop mode for one tab only
- option to swipe address bar to change tab left or right
In other words I'm really quite happy already, more than anything just keep up the great work!
Edit: Another thing I realized I miss is a forced dark mode - basically a way to force white text on black background for all web sites. Opera for Android has it and I loved it. Not exactly top priority stuff though.
At this stage, many pull requests https://github.com/ubports/morph-browser/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Apr are waiting to be merged that will improve morph-browser.
It's not forbidden to dream for still other features, but one must be aware that even this work of control and merging, by those who are in charge of it, takes a lot of time. If already some of what is pending is incorporated into OTA-14, that will be good!
Fla last edited by
As OTA-14 is in a freeze, I made beta build of Morph browser with yet unmerged features. You can install with
sudo ubports-qa install PR_morph-browser_401
@danqo6 Crashes immediately after splash screen on my 6p - might be related to the fact that I'm running Qt 5.12.
Love the new icon though!
Yes, for Qt 5.12 it doesn't work, it needs to be built for that separately, I am not sure how to do that.
poVoq last edited by
Save password retrival would be indeed nice, and again there might be a Floss solution based on Nextcloud already.
Maybe there is a way to integrate with this via the code found in this extension:
ImmyChan last edited by
If I had a built in adblocker and syncing with Firefox Morph would be perfect, but honestly I like it a lot as is
poVoq last edited by
@ImmyChan There is an Adblocker for UT: https://open-store.io/app/uadblock.mariogrip
As for syncing with Firefox... that would be rather complicated I think. But see above for alternative similar suggestions. For example with the Floccus extension one can sync bookmarks to a WebDAV server from Firefox and Chromium, and if a similar option was included in Morpth, that would really help.
poVoq last edited by poVoq
This could be another interesting way to sync bookmarks:
(and an instance for use with UT devices could be hosted by the Ubports foundation)
webrtc enabling microphone and camera.
I think it is a gteat feature, that we can now close tabs by swiping to left or right. But since then it happened to me quite often that I accidentaly closed tabs I didn't wanted to close. I wish there was a function like alt+ctrl+t (open recently closed tab).