In article <3ea27f2255.DaveMeUK(a)my.inbox.com>,
Dave Higton <dave(a)davehigton.me.uk> wrote:
To see the image with a recent version of NetSurf, just disable
Ah - I've been silly! Or have I really?
Why does NetSurf not store the JS status in its Choices file? Each time
it's loaded it reads the state for Hide advertisements and Disable pop-up
It always arrives with JS on regardless of what you set it to last time.
Why is this, and is it logical/user-transparent? Might instances such as
this mix-up be avoided if saved Choices actually reflected user's choices
and set it how the user wanted it!
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