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[quote=kko] [quote Fred]I think, the biggest drawback for many is the UTF-8 language.[/quote] Macros should be written in plain English (then UTF-8 is the same as plain text) and should be translated through a kml file (you can write your own ones). [quote Fred]If you try it this way, because the new way is too complicated, remember to create a new profile inside the K-Meleon folder, possibly using a profile.ini, containing just the words: [profile] path=profiles IsRelative=1 inside your K-Meleon main folder, before the first start.[/quote] 1) The way macros are working does not depend on the profile location. 2) You can create/delete profile.ini at any time. 3) An empty profile.ini is sufficient. (See [url=http://kmeleon.sourceforge.net/wiki/ProfileLocation]ProfileLocation[/url].) [quote Fred]The files to adapt are /defaults/settings/menus.cfg and accel.cfg inside the folder /defaults, before a profile is being created.[/quote] It is not recommended to modify the default configuration files - you will loose your modifications when upgrading to a new version. If you want to safe your time, take the time to do it the recommended way and perform your customizations in the configuration files located in your profile directory (they are all accessible through menu "Edit" > "Configuration"). If you do it the recommended way, you need to do it only once, otherwise you have to do it again and again... [quote Fred]Your macros.cfg has to be renamed to something.kmm...[/quote] Arrgh! Do you use a sledgehammer for driving screws? [quote Fred]...and put into the /macros folder, any name you want, that is not yet present in the macros folder.[/quote] Same as above. It is not recommended to add macros to the default macros folder ("Edit" > "Configuration" > "Macros") - you will loose them when upgrading to a new version. Add your macros to the user macros folder ("Edit" > "Configuration" > "User-Defined Macros"). [quote Fred]This is the easy way for the 1.1 versions.[/quote] If that really worked for you in 1.1, then it's purely due to good luck. In 1.5 this will definitely break the macros apart. Again, this is a sledgehammer method and a good example for how you should [i]not[/i] do it.[/quote]
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