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[quote=siria] [quote=SlugFiller][quote=disrupted]what's the point of registering the "about" protocol? it's an internal protocol called from within..[/quote] Well, try "Start->Run...->about:blank", and you'll get your default browser to open (assuming it's set up okay). Or, how about having a shortcut to "about:config" on your desktop? Since Windows allows link shortcuts, this could be very handy. Unfortunately, K-Meleon doesn't do this by default, but it can be done manually, as mentioned above.[/quote] Whow.... Talk about a self-fulfilling purpose, without no real use, except perhaps experimental reasons! Since nothing at the opened browser will be in any way different from having it opened like everyone else does, by a normal program link or a real document link. But if it makes you happy :D To me it just looks like your trying to crawl into a car by the sunroof, after having mounted a handle on it, and after having complained that it wasn't already there, what a lousy car... Frankly, with such a "bug" I can happily live, LOL! :D [quote=SlugFiller]I did go through the entire list and all tabs accessible through F2 before making my post. Having to track down a text file to edit is a tad "linux", but without the "man" page to tell you where said file is.[/quote] [quote=SlugFiller]There is no checkbox to uncheck. And we've already established that accelerators [b]cannot[/b] be unset[/quote] [quote=SlugFiller]finally managed to take care of double-click by setting "kmeleon.tabs.OnDoubleClick" to "-1" in "about:config", I can only hope this preference sticks.[/quote] Only the F2 prefs? Why did you not use the other configuration links? For example the one called "Browser Configuration". It would have let you directly to about:config with the filter for all sorts of settings, incl. the one you set now on "-1". Which of course you had declared impossible before with this browser, among other stuff. For other people impossible means something is not possible at all, and you meant it that way too, but now the browser suddenly can do it, a little miracle. [quote=SlugFiller]Quite frankly, I'm just glad to have a browser which had tabs [i]and[/i] opens pages [i]and[/i] runs on Windows.[/quote] Oh, that's all? Good to know, since your postings gave a bit another impression. [quote=SlugFiller] To my knowledge, K-Meleon is the [i]only[/i] browser which fits this description.[/quote] Really? Whow, now that's news! You don't stop amazing me... :cool:[/quote]
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