kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Sat Jun 15 11:38:09 BST 2002
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On Saturday, 15. June 2002 11:31, Chris Jensen wrote:
> I'm really starting to get annoyed with stupid sites on the net that
> insist displaying dozens of incredibly complex animated images - it
> would be nice if konqueror had some measures to prevent this.
> One method might be to allow users to specify a maximum amount of CPU
> time that these images could use.
> Another (which I think netscape used to do), would be just to have a
> button on the browser window - like the stop button, to stop graphic
> rendering for the page being displayed.
Right clicking on the page brigns up the context menu which contains an
option to stop the animations.
It would be nice to have a keyboard shortcut though, but perhaps
Konqueror from KDE3 has this already.
Anyway, for feature requests use bugs.kde.org and file a wishlist report.
Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
Developer at the Kmud Project http://www.kmud.de/
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