Lightweight QupZilla browser supports Greasemonkey scripts
The latest 1.3.0 release of the cross-platform QupZilla web browser adds a number of enhancements and new features, such as support for Greasemonkey scripts. First released in December 2010, QupZilla is a lightweight browser for Linux and Windows that uses the WebKit rendering engine. It was initially written in Python with PyQt4 bindings, but later completely rebuilt in C++ with the Qt Framework.
QupZilla now includes automatic URL completion in the browser's address bar based on user history and bookmarks, and a tab previews feature that displays small images of other open tabs by hovering the mouse cursor over them. Other notable changes include improvements to AdBlock, support for changing bookmark icons, private browsing enhancements, and new tab options. The SSL Manager now also allows users to import their own certificates.
More details about this update, including a full list of bug fixes and enhancements, can be found in the announcement blog post and in the change log. QupZilla 1.3.0 is available to download for Windows and several Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian and Gentoo. The GPLv3-licensed source code for QupZilla is hosted on GitHub.