On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 03:22:30PM -0700, Adam Lau wrote:
Are 'libnsgif' 'libparserutils'
'libwapcaplet' 'hubbub' 'libcss' depended
upon during netsurf runtime? Are they statically linked during compilation?
Or are they make dependencies only? I was able to remove 'libnsgif'
'libparserutils' 'libwapcaplet' 'hubbub' 'libcss' after
installing 'netsurf' and everything (GIF/CSS/HTML) appeared to parse properly
Unless you built them as shared libraries, the default is to build them as
static libraries and thus they will be compiled into the NetSurf executable.
How to hide Menu Bar? Disabling 'View > Toolbar > Menu
Bar' does not persist
through browser restarts. Is there a Choices file setting we can set to make
this behaviour persistent?
Is this the GTK+ frontend or another frontend? I'm going to assume the GTK+
one -- Simply put, if it's there it *should* work, but if it doesn't there's
Perhaps files such as 'adblock.css' 'SearchEngines'
and 'toolbarIndices' can
be placed in ~/.netsurf. Else advert and toolbar customizations require sudo,
or another authorizing mechanism (e.g. modification of file permissions). Is
there a way we can redirect their expected paths with the Choices file (e.g.
Those files should be able to go in the ~/.netsurf to override the main files.
A restart of NetSurf may be required before they will be picked up.
Does 'max_cached_fetch_handles' refer to max persistent
No, it refers to cURL handles.
Daniel Silverstone http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
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