One of the main reasons why I use DuckDuckGo is the instant answers it serves. Without having to do anything I get my wiki, my code questions, my lyrics and whatever else suggested. Lucky enough the company behind the search engine implements those, right?
Wrong. Everyone can write plugins for DuckDuckGo now. It is as hackable as Midori is, except it’s Perl. There’s a tutorial at http://duckduckhack.com/. There are lots of proposed ideas already. s/The sky/Free time/g is the limit!
Time for a bag full of bug fixes. Prominently 0.4.5 has a regression that causes security status to not work at all, so I urge all 0.4.5 users to update immediately.
We fixed potential crasher bugs in the geolocation infobar, about:version on some systems and opening bookmarks from Unity global menu in Ubuntu 12.04.
Problems with wrong page icons in multi-frame sites like Google Mail or Tumbler have been addressed. If WebKit 1.8.0 is available Midori will use its WebKitFaviconDatabase interface to improve page icon consistency.
Chinese users will like that Midori now offers both Simplified and Traditional Chinese charsets out of the box in case you need to override it.
Finally, say goodbye to empty tabs due to opening download links with a target. Kudos to Martin for looking into that!
So download Midori v0.4.6 (951 kB) (MD5) (ChangeLog) already!
Also Midori v0.4.6 Stable for Windows (18 MB) and Midori v0.4.6 Experimental for Windows (30 MB). You are welcome to join #midori on irc.freenode.net and help testing pre-releases for Windows. YOU can make the difference by helping out!