On 30/08/2008, Janek Kozicki <janek_listy@...> wrote:
> I wanted to let you know that *currently* galeon on debian lenny
> works surprisingly well:
> - acroread plugin works - please don't break that once again!
> - flash works
> but flashblock doesn't work. Maybe you could built-in flashblock into
> galeon? It's the most useful thing ever. You know in the top menu:
The problem with flashblock is that the new version of Gecko or
XULRunner or whatever it is has stopped listening to
~/.galeon/mozilla/galeon/Chrome/userContent.css (or whatever the file
is). This is, presumably, part of Mozilla's ploy to convince us that
Firefox --- in reality a pretty average browser --- is one of the
best, by breaking other browsers. The whole feature needs to be added,
because unless you can control the appearance of webpages it becomes
really difficult to read them.
> Another idea:
> When I right-click on image I have an "Open with" menu available.
> There are a lot of apps to chose from! This is great.
> Can you, please, add exactly the same menu, when I right click on a
> link? I think it wouldn't be too difficult for you code-wise.
Well in order to do that you'll need to know the mimetype of the file.
Otherwise how are you meant to know if it's an image or not, to put
the right menu in?
But then, I'm not a Galeon dev, just a rabid fanboi.