KDE browser work team

Stefan Majewsky majewsky at gmx.net
Thu Jul 2 22:58:23 BST 2009

Am Donnerstag 02 Juli 2009 17:37:59 schrieb David Faure:
> Indeed the settings modules write to khtmlrc. It's not that hard to come up
> with a more standardized config file (simply writing to konquerorrc might
> even work, iirc KHTML reads from both khtmlrc and KGlobal::config()),
> or (if other parts have too different settings) to come up with a way to
> only show the config modules that relate to the user-chosen html-part.

There should be a standard way to let KParts define configuration dialog 
pages, and Konqueror should integrate these automatically when the settings 
dialog is opened.

A possible problem with this design is, however, the question what happens if 
you mix KHTML and Webkit tabs.

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