Equo January Product Update

Sebastian Sampaoli on January 25th 2024

Welcome to our monthly newsletter, where we bring you the latest updates in Equo! Our team has been hard at work to enhance your experience with our products and address crucial fixes. Dive into the new features and improvements in our latest releases.

Introducing v116: Equo Chromium's Major Release

We're thrilled to announce the arrival of v116, a major release for Equo Chromium! This update is packed with significant enhancements and fixes, marking a substantial step forward in our technology. Let's explore what v116, our new major release, has to offer.

🌟 v116: Equo Chromium's New Major Release

  • Major Update: v116 stands out as our latest and most substantial update, introducing pivotal improvements and critical fixes.
  • Memory Management: Significant improvements for smoother performance.
  • Enhanced Drag & Drop: Resolved issues with drag & drop functionality in Linux.
  • Improved Process Management: No more orphaned Equo processes post-shutdown.
  • Enhanced Browser Visibility: Hidden browsers can now load URLs and become visible upon loading completion.
  • PrintPDF API: Fixes and enhancements in the new PrintPDF API using custom PDF properties.
  • Windows Stability: Fixed crash issues related to hover in javadocs for Chromium Integration for Eclipse.
  • Focus Fix: Resolved focus issues across Linux, Windows, and macOS.
  • macOS Pop-up Dialogs: Fixed crashes when using Equo Chromium in popup dialogs.
  • Link Navigation: Enhanced functionality for links within HTML content.

  • 🔧 Fixes & Features in v106

  • Stability Improvements: Fixes for crash issues in windowless browsers and white flashing with dark mode.
  • Linux D&D Action: Addressed crashing issues when performing D&D actions outside windows.
  • Java Compatibility: Resolved UnsupportedException with Java >= 20.
  • Dialog Deadlocks: Fixed deadlock issues with context menu dialogs.
  • JVM & Windowless Browsers: Enhancements for JVM crashes and multiple parallel windowless browsers.
  • Clipboard Enhancements: Support for ClipboardItem with HTTP protocol and added clipboard read/write APIs.
  • Localization: Browser locale now aligns with Windows language settings.
  • Performance & Style: Improvements in performance loops and re-styled Find Dialog.
  • Platform Support: Added support for CentOS 8 on Arm64 (EE) and crash reporter support in Chromium.

  • Last but not least, we also fixed a few issues related to our Chromium Integration for Eclipse. Dive deeper into these features in our documentation, and stay tuned for more updates! We're continually working to improve Equo Chromium to provide you with the best experience. Should you have any questions or feedback, feel free to reach out to our support team.

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