I am typing this new topic post using the Qt-based Otter web browser.
Below is the information displayed in the “About Otter” section in the Otter menu bar.
Otter 0.9.12 beta 12 Web browser controlled by the user, not vice-versa. https://www.otter-browser.org/ Web backend: WebKit Backend (legacy) 538.1. SSL library version: LibreSSL 2.4.5.
The number one complaint I have is the SSL Certificate message pops up over
and over and over and over again. It is really hard to get rid of it. The web-site, claims
they just fixed that, however, I do not see anyhwere where there is a later release than the
Second issue is the text looks kind of crackled.
The browser crashed while searching the Otter Web Site, however, when I re-opened Otter,
this topic was there after clicking : Continue Session.
According to Otter-Web Site, there is an “official version” of Otter for FreeBSD maintained
by “KDE/FreeBSD team”
There seems to be active on-going development by at least 2 commiters.
I do not hear my fan churning as much as in Firefox. Sound and video quality in YouTube is good.
So everybody, give Otter a try, and keep an eye out for the new version, which was made 17 days ago, and is probably called 0.9.13 or something higher than 0.9.12 Beta
I listened to Igor Preznyakov play “Nothing Else Matters” on YouTube while typing this post, and played
an online game of Tetravex.