Malte S. Stretz
msquadrat.nospamplease-hi6Y0CQ0nG0 at public.gmane.org
Fri Jan 14 19:50:23 GMT 2005
On Friday 14 January 2005 20:38 CET Scott Wheeler wrote:
> On Friday 14 January 2005 20:34, Malte S. Stretz wrote:
> > As Konqi has no other way to communicate the security status of the
> > document to the user (like in the status bar or with a colored location
> > bar like Firefox does), the Security button should probably stay in the
> > toolbar.
> cvs up :-)
I must admit that I checked onl against my stable KDE and didn't switch on
my Notebook for the Alpha^WBeta :)
> The location bar is now shown in a different color when on a secure URL.
> At any rate, that's mostly showing status, which really isn't what
> toolbars are for...
I'm actually still not sure wether I like that status-via-shades invented by
the Mozilla guys (I guess). Is it configurable so that it works together
with different color schemes or is it simply the shadow color which is
used? (The latter would not very intuitive I guess.) I'd still prefer an
explicit status icon in the status bar but for the current topic, if the
shadowing works out, there is probably no reason to keep the Security
[SGT] Simon G. Tatham: "How to Report Bugs Effectively"
[ESR] Eric S. Raymond: "How To Ask Questions The Smart Way"
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