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Month: March 2015

Re: [trinity-users] next problem, konqueror's 75% crash rate when clicking on an http link in kmail

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2015 23:13:43 -0500
Hash: SHA224

> Timothy Pearson wrote:
>>> the only thing Konqueror cannot browse is resource hungry web sites.
>>> While I'd love to see that change, I'm not holding my breath.
>> As you've probably guessed fixing this is very hard.  It would
>> require integrating a different browser engine (such as Webkit) into
>> a Konqueror plugin while retaining the functionality of the
> What about a Konqueror plugin for Firefox/Iceweasel? I can 'open in
> Iceweasel' from Konqueror, but not the other way around. Being able to
> extend the Iceweasel Application panel with file extensions/URL types
> that can be opened in a running Konqueror instance would be really
> nice.
> ...Editing mimeTypes.rdf looked promising, but it appears to be
> limited to base executables - '/opt/trinity/bin/konqueror' works (new
> instance), '/opt/trinity/bin/kfmclient openProfile webbrowsing' is
> ignored/won't show up as an option.

Sounds like a potential security nightmare.  It's one thing to have a web
plugin to Konqueror (which is not natively network enabled, only its
plugins are) and quite another to have something plug in to Firefox, which
is natively Web enabled.

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