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[quote=rodocop] [b]I want to explain[/b] the reason to include Privoxy and Mark as well as outline the way I'm going to evolve this KM-package. [b]My intention is[/b] to show users all the beauty and power (oftentimes hidden) of K-Meleon. Integration of 3rd-party apps has several targets: 1) Add some web-related functionality, making KM-surfing better (faster, easier, more secured etc.); 2) add some usability where KM lacks it; 3) combine KM with other portable free/open software to give users mighty modern bundle; 4) demonstrate some not obvious opportunities that KM opens to end user. So [b]Privoxy[/b] stands for securing your surfing, [b]Mark[/b] is just the demo point (how can you change code viewer); [sub]also I want to familiarize you with this beautiful peace of code[/sub]. Bookmarklets (diigolet, Linka and fav20) for saving links online are good modern alternative to local bookmarks managers (and set them up isn't very easy task for new users). Some extensions seem indispensable for me, very increasing user productivity and convenience when working with KM. [b]The main principle[/b] for new software addition though is whether it shares the KM 'philosophy' - light, free, highly configurable (particularly by text configs editing) tools. [b]And I plan to[/b] include some more apps to get the 'KM Power Internet Bundle':P for doing all web-related job in one place where KM is the core and command-center. For example - light portable mail client. I think about [url=http://sylpheed.sraoss.jp/en/]Sylpheed[/url]. Next step could be some Messenger, tоrrent-client, or even another portable browser! [b]So, I'm really interested[/b] about your thoughts on this project. What to include or exclude from bundle, is it needed at all, etc. [color=#990000][u]And more, I need some development help.[/u][/color] Look: [b]Privoxy[/b] is integrated into KM - but not completely. You must run Privoxy by pushing button and then change the proxy setting in menu. It's obvious that more convenient way is to get proxy automatically set to 'privoxy' when button is pressed. Sadly I cannot understand KMM-language enough to perform this but it seems that this is no problem task for someone who has corresponding skills. Further, [i]the mail-client integration[/i] (if it would be approved) would need some scripting - etc. So, I would be glad to see any thoughts, proposals and remarks (even criticism) on the subject...[/quote]
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