General discussion about K-Meleon.
It's still alive!
Date: September 27, 2001 05:05PM
I thought k-meleon had died
Anyway, beginning to be a usable browser now - well done. Script errors would be nice though
btw, wtf does this "mostrecent" command line parameter do exactly?
Re: It's still alive!
Date: September 27, 2001 05:32PM
it will select the last profile you used. ie, the most recent profile
so you can do this;
kmeleon -P default
kmeleon -P BinaryC
kmeleon -P mostrecent
of course this means you can't have a profile named 'mostrecent' ;)
Very nice project
Date: September 27, 2001 05:47PM
My first time here... trying to find a feasible alternative to netscape and IE. I was looking at Opera, but your browser made me feel better for some reason ;)
Due to circumstances beyond my control I'm stuck behind a socks proxy, I'm still downloading the program ( 28.8kbps, so it takes 30m hehe ), but I figured I'd ask if there was socks support?
Re: Very nice project
Date: September 27, 2001 10:12PM
as it downloads, i can't help but wonder:
will i be able to disable images now?
didn't see any mention under "Fixes".
oh well. viva!
Date: September 27, 2001 10:42PM
Do you mean "Do Not Load Images" under Image Loading which is here:
Edit - Preferences - Advanced
I don't think Jeff could remember everything that has been fixed since 0.4!
Re: Disable images
Date: September 27, 2001 11:53PM
yep... and it works in this one, too!
not to be picky, but, uh... is there a way to display placeholders?
everything else is delightful, so far... i like the new throbber, too.
Date: September 28, 2001 02:43AM
Make sure to file a request for that in the Improvements forum. That way, it doesn't get lost in the thread. Plus, that helps the developers see what people want and others can voice their support if they are interested.
Date: September 28, 2001 04:53AM
ok, i did.
seems like an obvious thing, but hey, different things are important to different people, i guess.
by the way, andrew, it's REALLY nice to have some documentation available... that's as important as any other aspect of a good program. nice work; keep going!
Date: September 28, 2001 05:00AM
Thanks for the kind words. I'm one of those people who actually reads the Release Notes... well, after everything is all screwed up, but I do read them.
I have a lot of other docs planned and some I need to move over from my own site so keep your eyes open for those.