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    Corbin Matschull
    @jux-t
    Ohhh okay. Strange... Alrighty then :)
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    @iBeliever @Polyg0n yeah, I didn't know this was in the box ;) IMO it's too small now, at least for mobile (UT).
    We should revert it iMO
    Corbin Matschull
    @jux-t
    Alrighty :) not at big thing to change it!
    Ethan Smith
    @ethanhs
    Hi! I was wondering if you had build instructions on Windows
    I know this is geared towards Papyros, but I like the browser
    Ethan Smith
    @ethanhs
    I guess I'll just use the given binaries for now. :worried:
    theChrisBravata
    @theChrisBravata
    @IronManMark20 There is a precompiled version of liri (v2 & v3) available on the site via the downloads page. There is a .exe version and portable version as well.
    Corbin Matschull
    @jux-t
    He's looking to compile the source code to a windows binary.
    Ethan Smith
    @ethanhs
    Yeah, I want to do it meself
    Corbin Matschull
    @jux-t
    I'd read this. It can probably explain it better than I would be able to:
    https://wiki.qt.io/Build_Standalone_Qt_Application_for_Windows
    Ethan Smith
    @ethanhs
    thanks
    Corbin Matschull
    @jux-t
    Yeah no problem :)
    Pierre Jacquier
    @pierremtb
    @IronManMark20 Be aware that you need msvc to build QtWebEngine on Windows
    Ethan Smith
    @ethanhs
    I see
    Thisara Kasun
    @Thisuu
    I've done the translation for sinhala,how can i contribute? :smile:
    mingxia
    @mingxia
    it's good browser´╝ü
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    @Thisuu thank you! You can create a pull request if you're familiar with GitHub. If not you can upload the ts/mo files on the Cloud service of your choice (Google Drive, Dropbox, whatever) and paste a link here and we'll integrate it.
    @mingxia thx :)
    mingxia
    @mingxia
    I want to translate chinese
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    @mingxia cool! Have a look at our guide: https://github.com/liri-browser/liri-browser/wiki/Translations
    This process will be simplified as soon as we'll switch to Transifex
    Abimael08
    @Abimael08
    Will extensions be added to Liri browser? Would love to have an adblock and noscript extension?
    Abimael08
    @Abimael08
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    && private browsing mode, and maybe a few other minimal security extensions, features.
    Idriss
    @VirusKA
    where do you go to translate the website? I wanna do it in Spanish.
    Pierre Jacquier
    @pierremtb
    Hm check the GitHub, a guy created an issue about it
    Idriss
    @VirusKA
    I updated the guide to the name change. Anyone confirm I didn't make any mistakes?
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    @VirusKA looks good, thanks :)
    Idriss
    @VirusKA
    this browser has been looking better and better each day :smile:
    Thisara Kasun
    @Thisuu
    I did the translation for sinhala,and here is the link to ts file :smile: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8690fqMbbxDNGlPLXc5eWdScFk/view?usp=sharing
    Eunmin-Cho
    @Eunmin-Cho
    Can I upload here that I translated?
    Thisara Kasun
    @Thisuu
    @Eunmin-Cho You have to make a pull request at github or upload your files somewhere and share the link here.
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    @Eunmin-Cho thank you very much!
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    Added.
    N07070
    @N07070
    Hey
    Is there a French translation or not yet ?
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    Hi @N07070 there is. You can contribute here: https://www.transifex.com/liri-browser/liri-browser/
    Idriss
    @VirusKA
    i got the error command not found: run what do i need to install?
    Idriss
    @VirusKA
    nvm. that was a personal computer issue
    Idriss
    @VirusKA
    @pierremtb can you write some documentation on how to build liri in OSX
    experimentella
    @experimentella
    Alex Kreidler
    @alexkreidler
    hi
    Pierre Jacquier
    @pierremtb
    @VirusKA I will when I got time. You only have to download and install Qt5.5 from the official website, clone the repo, run qmake and make. And you're done :)
    Michael Spencer
    @iBelieve
    @VirusKA @pierremtb Qt 5.5 from homebrew works as well if you use homebrew.
    Pierre Jacquier
    @pierremtb
    @tim-sueberkrueb Can you create rooms for Liri Apps ? Because I think that I don't have the right privilege to create them
    Tim
    @timsueberkrueb
    @pierremtb A Gitter room for the complete project?
    Pierre Jacquier
    @pierremtb
    @tim-sueberkrueb For Liri apps in general, yeah
    So we don't spam qml-material's