On 11/29/2013 11:58 AM, Beartooth wrote:
On Thu, 28 Nov 2013 14:29:58 -0600, g wrote:
> does 'dillo' have a configuration to mark it as
Not that I could find.
does it have anything similar to firefox's about:config?
> open firefox, in url bar, enter;
> search for;
> note setting.
It shows Status default type boolean Value false -- as I think it
ok. try changing it to true, then when firefox opens, tell it not
to be to see if that changes things.
i have never used anything for browsing other than firefox, so i
am not aware what will happen during opening with setting of true.
if it works, great. if not, then you need to ask thru support
i am tending to believe that it is a problem with xfce4 and not
a fault of fedora or firefox.
> open link;
OK, I got that far.
> <ctrl+f>, enter;
Did those; don't see anything happen.
could be because you did not enter search word.
> to find setting description.
Here, if not before, you lose me. What was "<ctrl+f>, enter"
supposed to do??
as tim said, it opens a search bar at bottom of window, where in
you enter search word/s.
when applied on page link above, it would find the description for
all of which was so that you would see what settings do.
> more about firefox as default;
You do understand, nicht wahr?, that I am trying to get *RID* of
the default to Firefox??
very well understand. links where for you to see how default is
set and how it is used.
i guess it was a bit of 'tmi'.
In Fedora, at [Main Menu xfce4] > Settings > Preferred
Applications, I have Web Browser set to Dillo. If I can get the
machine to respect that, I'll be in clover.
i know what a 'dildo' is, but i am not familiar 'Dillo', so i ask
if 'Dillo' has config settings to make it default?
in a world with out fences, who needs gates.