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"Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: melo
Date: July 02, 2008 09:09AM

In
-ADVANCED PREFERENCES
-Browsing = Browsing Options
In General & Window Diversion tabs, add to "In a new layer", a clickable sub-menu box saying "If an about:blank layer exists, re-use it".

Regards.

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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: JujuLand
Date: July 02, 2008 06:21PM

I suppose this typo is for K-Meleon 1.5.0b2 ?

kko smiling smiley

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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: melo
Date: July 02, 2008 10:52PM

Bonjour Alain,

Oui, j'utilise ton Pocket et ...

K-Meleon 1.1.5 (2008-04-08)

Amitiés.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/02/2008 10:57PM by melo.

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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: JujuLand
Date: July 03, 2008 02:46AM

Hum, il me semble que l'option que tu demandes est en fait par défaut. Normalement, lors de l'ouverture un lien, si un layer (onglet en français, comme tab), est ouvert sur une adresse about:blank, toute ouverture utilise cet onglet.

Ceci a d'ailleurs posé un problème avec les extensions xul, ou celles-ci, même ouvrant des fenêtres sans menus, ni barres d'outils et d'un format spécifique, s'ouvraient dans des onglets, ce qui n'était pas forcément judicieux.

Le défaut à semble-t-il été corrigé, et ne se produit plus. Serait-ce au dépend de celà? Il faut dire que je ne me rappelle plus trop sur quelle version était le problème 1.1.x ou 1.5.x.

Bref, je vieillis peut-être mal ... confused smiley

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Comme dis précédmment, je vieillis mal, et je viens de m'apercevoir que tu demandes, comme pour les cookies ou autre confidentialité, de gérer une liste d'exception? Est-ce bien çà?
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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: melo
Date: July 03, 2008 12:33PM

Bonjour Alain,

As usual, everybody is wrong, everybody is right ! smiling smiley

I missed precision in my request by unloading me on developers knowledge... sad smiley

K-Meleon 1.1.5

-ADVANCED PREFERENCES
-Browsing = Browsing Options
In General & Window Diversion tabs, all is "In a new layer"

(Re-use about:blank = good else bad !) :

General tab
- Favorites (IE favorites) = good
- Typed URLs = good
- Selected text (i.e www.google.com then "Open as URL") = bad

Window Diversion tab
- URLs passed from external applications = bad (that bothers me !)

Also very annoying for me, some items from "Help" button in general menu bar open in the last opened tab not in a new tab !

PS = Non, la démence sénile n'a rien à voir ici ! smiling smiley
L'exception porte sur la nature de l'onglet (about:blank) et non sur la nature des sites.

Amitiés.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 07/03/2008 12:50PM by melo.

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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: JujuLand
Date: July 03, 2008 05:49PM

For help menu, there are a few cases:

1) 'about : plugin', 'about : k-meleon' : these menu entries call xul, and it opens by default in new folder for 'about : plugin' and in a popup for 'about : kmeleon'

2) 'K-Meleon Wiki' and 'Welcome to K-Meleon' : these entries call macros located in main.kmm, and replacing open by opennew in Open_KMReadme (line 648) and Open_KMWiki (line 651) in main.kmm do the trick

3) 'K-Meleon Web Site', 'K-Meleon Forums', 'Search on Forums', 'User Guide' and 'FAQ' : these entries use IDcommands, and it's here K-Meleon.exe which pilot the operture.

I have often ask, without success, about the possibility to choose the open mode.

But it can be modified (except for 'Search in forum' where it will be necessary to create a macro a little like old search method) by creating macros in main.cfg like for 2) and by modifying the menu entries in toolbars.cfg in skins folder.

A easier way (not to modify all these files) is to create a new kmm file which will delete help entries and create it using new macros (located in the same kmm file)

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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: melo
Date: July 03, 2008 11:01PM

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JujuLand[/u]]
For help menu,
[...]
I have often ask, without success, about the possibility to choose the open mode.

Maybe this time, you will be heard !
Thanks for this complete answer : if needed I'll experiment...

Amitiés.

[EDIT]
In first approach, for ["Menu Bar", "Help" item], when the menu has dropped, a right context menu with "Open in new..." can make the trick (in new layer or window following "Use layers only" tweak).



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/04/2008 12:58PM by melo.

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Re: "Open ... in a new layer" Exception
Posted by: melo
Date: July 09, 2008 12:05PM

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JujuLand

For help menu :

2) 'K-Meleon Wiki' and 'Welcome to K-Meleon' : these entries call macros located in main.kmm, and replacing open by opennew in Open_KMReadme (line 648) and Open_KMWiki (line 651) in main.kmm do the trick.

Bonjour Alain,

It works just fine ! smiling smiley

Besides, in this forum, I'm goofing somewhere for encoding because it seems that I compose in Latin ISO-8859-1 and to read your messages correctly I have to use UTF-8. sad smiley

Amitiés.

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