From: p dont think <pdontthink@an...> - 2004-12-12 19:32:14
Moving to DEVEL list.
>>>we cannot see attached images inline with FireFox 0.9 or 1.0:
>>>the choice is of course selected in options, in fact it works
>>>well with Mozilla (1.3.1 version for example).
>>I believe Firefox by default sends only image/png in its HTTP_ACCEPT
>>string to the server. You'll want to figure out how to change that to
>>display inline attachments of types other than what is in the
> Looks like the image/jpeg and image/gif Accept headers were removed
> because pretty much everything but Lynx supports them.
> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=231357 When we check to see
> if we can display an image, should we just assume the client can view
I agree. But we would need to come up with a list of types that we can
guarantee will be displayable by default in every relevant browser out
there; SM has done a pretty good job of staying browser-neutral, so this
conversation is a little sensitive I think.
Are there any other rather generic types beside image/gif and image/jpeg?
One list of types is here: