Timothy Pearson wrote: > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > 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. I think I used the wrong word (plugin), all I'm talking about is 'open with Konqueror' functionality in Iceweasel/Firefox.