turning off konq extensions by default

Martin Koller m.koller at surfeu.at
Mon Jan 10 18:34:37 GMT 2005

On Monday 10 January 2005 15:54, Arend van Beelen jr. wrote:
> > Confirmed, but apparently it only allows to disable web related plugins?
> It does both Konqueror plugins (like the Search Bar Plugin) which it calls
> "Extensions" and KHTML plugins (which are actually about all other current
> plugins) and it calls them "Tools".

In kdeaddons you'll find a dirfilter plugin, or the kimgalleryplugin, etc., 
which is used when konqi is in filemanager mode, but this plugins never show 
up in the "Configure extension" dialog.

Why ?

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