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That'd be me, most of those aren't really true, or not qutebrowser's fault ;-)

> a ton of dependencies

Only Qt and a handful of small Python libraries. Granted, Qt is big.

> randomly hangs > can't handle suspending

Detailed bugreports or it didn't happen - but that's probably due to people using it with an old QtWebKit version. The latest release warns about that, and v1.0 (coming later this year) will drop support for it entirely.

> cursor blinks when not in insert mode

True - there's an issue open about it, but nobody found a way to make it not blink without other side-effects so far.

> doesn't work > Python not C > QT

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

> Lacked security features

That's mostly referring to missing NoScript/uMatrix-like features, which will come with per-domain settings later this year.




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