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[[Image:VenturaBrowser.png|thumb|Ventura Screenshot]]
 
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Ventura is a webkit-efl based browser optimised for mobile phone screens - particularly the openmoko phone.
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Ventura is a webkit-efl based browser optimised for mobile phone screens - particularly the openmoko phone. Ventura is the default web browser in [[SHR]].
  
{{Note|Currently Ventura is the candidate on being the default web browser in [[SHR]]. Please vote in an [http://www.doodle.com/vdzbr9sryr8rgkmf open pool].}}
 
 
== Important links ==
 
== Important links ==
  
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     * ability to change user agent
 
     * ability to change user agent
 
     * Define Start Page
 
     * Define Start Page
     * Command line url  
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     * Command line url
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    * Paging buttons
  
 
==Installation / download ==
 
==Installation / download ==
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In another distros:
 
In another distros:
  
opkg install http://elm-browser.googlecode.com/files/browser_1.0-r0.4_armv4t.ipk
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opkg install http://n2.nabble.com/file/n4905070/ventura_1.0-r0.4_armv4t.ipk
  
  
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     * triple click to zoom out (not working as of now - help needed)
 
     * triple click to zoom out (not working as of now - help needed)
     * https pages with latest version of libcurl4 and curl-certs from angstrom  
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     * https pages work with latest version of libcurl4 and curl-certs from angstrom  
     * (on [[SHR]] all is installed, but you must copy /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt into Freerunner from your desktop.)
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     * but you must copy /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt into Freerunner from your desktop (fixed in [[SHR]]).
 
   
 
   
 
[[Category:Applications]]
 
[[Category:Applications]]
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[[Category:ApplicationsElementary]]

Latest revision as of 07:59, 15 April 2010

Ventura Screenshot

Ventura is a webkit-efl based browser optimised for mobile phone screens - particularly the openmoko phone. Ventura is the default web browser in SHR.

Contents

[edit] Important links

[edit] Features

Currently (0.2+svnr11-r0.4) Ventura has this features:

   * finger scrolling
   * double-click to zoom in
   * zoom out through menu
   * layout optimised for max viewing space
   * stop loading page through menu
   * bookmarks
   * rotate screen (e based)
   * ability to change user agent
   * Define Start Page
   * Command line url
   * Paging buttons

[edit] Installation / download

In SHR:

opkg install ventura

In another distros:

opkg install http://n2.nabble.com/file/n4905070/ventura_1.0-r0.4_armv4t.ipk


[edit] Known issues

   * triple click to zoom out (not working as of now - help needed)
   * https pages work with latest version of libcurl4 and curl-certs from angstrom 
   * but you must copy /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt into Freerunner from your desktop (fixed in SHR).
Personal tools
Ventura Screenshot

Ventura is a webkit-efl based browser optimised for mobile phone screens - particularly the openmoko phone.

NOTE: Currently Ventura is the candidate on being the default web browser in SHR. Please vote in an open pool.


Important links

Features

Currently (0.2+svnr11-r0.4) Ventura has this features:

   * finger scrolling
   * double-click to zoom in
   * zoom out through menu
   * layout optimised for max viewing space
   * stop loading page through menu
   * bookmarks
   * rotate screen (e based)
   * ability to change user agent
   * Define Start Page
   * Command line url 

Installation / download

In SHR:

opkg install ventura

In another distros:

opkg install http://elm-browser.googlecode.com/files/browser_1.0-r0.4_armv4t.ipk


Known issues

   * triple click to zoom out (not working as of now - help needed)
   * https pages with latest version of libcurl4 and curl-certs from angstrom 
   * (on SHR all is installed, but you must copy /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt into Freerunner from your desktop.)