Midori, a lightweight web browser which features full integration with GTK+ and fast rendering with WebKit, is now at version 0.4.6.
According to the developer, Christian Dywan, the current version, Midori 0.4.6, is mostly a bugfix release so there are quite a few changes.
Most importantly, Prominently 0.4.5 has a regression that causes security status to not work at all, so users are urged to update as soon as possible.
Other important changes include: a geolocation infobar crash was fixed, issues with wrong page icons in multi-frame sites like Google Mail or Tumbler have been addressed.
Midori now offers both Simplified and Traditional Chinese charsets and there are no longer empty tabs due to opening download links with a target.
A complete changelog can be found in the official announcement
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