Welcome to our seventh newsletter :-)
New features for you:
- Checkboxes are now in the prompt buffer. Mark things with the mouse. Gasp!
- Install Nyxt easily on Linux via Flatpak + Flathub.
- Search privately with our integrated Searx instance. More here: https://nyxt-browser.com/article/searxng.org
- New themes: https://nyxt-browser.com/extension/invader.org
- Improved PDF support.
- There's now a Quick-start tutorial for beginners.
- We've improved dark mode for darkening arbitrary web pages.
As always we are only glazing the surface, for the full list please see the
Extension usage in primates
The role of keyboard design in advanced shell programs
Why not Elisp to build Nyxt?
How we document our Lisp software
Copy text from web pages without the mouse!
Learn about how bookmarks in Nyxt work.
Learn about the magical properties of Nyxt search.
Select multiple links by clicking and dragging.
Learn about how link hints can make you super fast!
A nice interactive to visualize population growth models. (try leaving the starting population constant and adjusting the r variable for growth to see why slow-and-steady wins the race)
Another model from the same source. This one helps us wrap our heads around self-organizing, and self-regulating environmental systems. (can you adjust the parameters of this thought experiment to avoid catastrophe?)
A town in Alaska in which everyone lives in the same building.
Two talking cats. This is what the Internet was made for, no?
Update on the macOS + Windows port
We are currently working on refactoring some of our core to handle the differences between ports. Our progress is nominal for a soft alpha release around the new year. We'll keep you up-to-date when that happens!
- Nyxt team
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