turning off konq extensions by default

Gary L. Greene Jr. greeneg at arklinux.org
Sun Jan 9 06:30:55 GMT 2005

On Sunday 09 January 2005 1:06 am, Michael Nottebrock wrote:
> On Saturday, 8. January 2005 20:54, Scott Wheeler wrote:
> > I don't think that installing
> > kdeaddons is implicitly saying, "Please, turn all of these things on!"
> Please take into account that most distributors ship the konqueror-plugins
> in a separate package, so users might very well expect the plugins to be
> actually there and working after installing it.

Best option for that then is to make the app for setting up extensions capable 
of taking command line switches so it can be scripted without starting the 
GUI. This makes the packagers happy and those of us that install cervisia and 
don't want the konqi extension enabled at the same go.

Gary L. Greene, Jr.
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