turning off konq extensions by default
neundorf at kde.org
Sun Jan 9 10:44:43 GMT 2005
On Sunday 09 January 2005 03:07, Scott Wheeler wrote:
> Possibly, but I think it's currently way too technical. I think:
> | Change Browser Identification -> |
> | (o) Default (Konqueror) |
> | ( ) Mozilla |
> | ( ) Internet Explorer |
> | ( ) Safari |
| Detailed stuff -> |
> | [x] Apply to Entire Site |
I think a submenu containing all the current variants should be there.
> Would probably be enough. Having 30 different options (yes, there are
> currently 30) is pretty clearly more targeted at web developers than at
> normal users.
> And even then I'm not completely sold. I'm not sure that anyone but power
> users thinks, "Hey, this isn't rendering properly -- maybe I should change
> my browser identification..." The only time I ever think to do it is the
> very rare (for me) case when I get something like, "Your browser is not
Once I showed my girlfriend this options she now used it on every site which
doesn't work (and she's not technical).
So we all agree that a way to disable/enable plugins is required. The question
remains whether all or only selected ones should enabled/disabled by default.
Work: alexander.neundorf at jenoptik.com - http://www.jenoptik-los.de
Home: neundorf at kde.org - http://www.kde.org
alex at neundorf.net - http://www.neundorf.net
More information about the kde-core-devel