Konqueror refresh

Scott Bicknell scotbicknel at cox.net
Fri Mar 2 19:14:36 GMT 2007

On Friday, March 2, 2007 10:27 am, T E Schmitz wrote:

> I noticed that a referesh very often does not cause Konqueror
> to fetch the latest content.
> My settings are "Use cache whenever possible". How can I force
> a refresh when I know that the page is not up-to-date?

>From the Konqueror manual: "You can set here how aggressively 
Konqueror keeps the cache up to date. Keep cache in sync means 
that Konqueror will hit the cache for all objects, downloading 
them if they are not there, and then display the item from the 
cache. Use cache whenever possible means that Konqueror will try 
the cache, and if an object is not there, it will directly 
download it for display. Offline browsing mode means that 
Konqueror will try the cache, and if an object is not there, it 
will not attempt to download it from the Internet."

If you can tell the difference between "Keep cache in sync" and 
"Use cache whenever possible", you are a better psychic than me. 
It seems to imply that the second option does not cache the 
items it has to download, but that doesn't make sense to me. 
Perhaps it means that it displays it first, then stores it in 
the cache, whereas the first option stores it in the cache first 
and then displays it. How that changes anything is beyond me.
73, AC7ZZ
Linux User #246504
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