Haven't updated this blog in a while. Anyway, this release, code-named "Nami", includes the following changes:
<video>tags yet. The Windows version of Ryouko addresses this issue by enabling plugins by default, converting
<embed>, and asking the user to download and install the VLC plugin. It's a dirty hack, but it does the job for now.
This is just a bugfix update for Windows.
Turns out that Ryouko 0.8.0 and 0.8.1 were not compiled correctly on Windows, and would completely fail to start without PyQt4 installed. I would like to sincerely apologize for any mishaps this may have caused. The faulty compilations have been taken down from the Downloads section, while 0.8.2 has been bumped to 0.9.0 to reflect that it has been fixed. 0.7.2 is now temporarily the default download for Windows again.
I sincerely apologize for pushing such rough releases. 0.8.2 will come in due time, fixing these problems.
This release introduces the following:
Here's a quick overview of changes since 0.6.5:
After some time of not updating the browser, I decided to take the reins of development once more. This update brings the following changes: