Which pictures do you mean with "dead"? (okay, am too lazy to search myself
To get back from a translation I usually go into the adress line and delete manually the beginning part, with the google-stuff. Yeah, could be easier, and there's a little macro somewhere to strip such stuff automatically from links, just where exactly... ;-) On the other hand, your english seems perfect, so you didn't happen to translate a french page on geckozone, or did you...? Because Alain has posted them all in both languages, there's a country flag next to the title
Sorry about the missing buttons, but am afraid, no luck here...
The KM-extensions usually only come with a menu entry (in Tools or some context-menu etc.) Only a few bring their own buttons, but then, in K-Meleon, for every "automatic" button of this sort an own toolbar is created, what I don't like either. Gets a little cluttered after awhile in the toolbars-menu ;-)
Anyway, never mind, ADDING OWN BUTTONS
is rather easy, if you know how
, and if you're not completely computer-phobish
You need to have an icon first, either borrowed somewhere or self-painted. Then open your skin folder, copy e.g. the zoomcold.bmp and rename the copy to anything, e.g. "extrabuttons". Open it with MS Paint (or any other pic proggie, but this is really the easiest), then copy/paste your icon into it. The background must remain that color to appear transparent in KM! And the size is important, usually 16x16 or 24x24px for each icon.
Next step, edit your toolbar.cfg, in the same folder, but first make a backup copy of it (or better yet of the whole skin folder, or even better the whole KM-and profile folder, LOL!
Okay, your choice now where you want to add that button, either somewhere among the buttons of an existing toolbar in this cfg, or create an own one for it. If it's among some others, just copy one of the neighbor buttons and choose a new name and new popup-text for it, and for the pic choose your newly created one. The first pic in a bmp has the number 0, the second is 1, etc.
The only thing that's really tricky is to figure out the "command" from the macro! Open its kmm-file in the macro folder and search for the lines starting with "setmenu", then post them here...
Yes, button handling is quite a bit more complicated than in Firefox, but the upside is, it's completely customizable in KM ;-)
Btw, you could also just "abuse" one of the already existing buttons and put the new command on it ;-) In this case perhaps on the "block cookies" or "delete cookies"-button, if you don't need those. Then all you have to do is open the toolbars.cfg and exchange the command on that button.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/16/2009 02:33PM by siria.