Re: feature

On Mon, 2005-03-14 at 15:29 -0500, Lee A. Connell wrote:

> When I do a new tab it does not set the focus to the url address bar,
> instead its focus Im guess is inside the web page.

This must be the oldest bug in the world. However, Galeon's changelog
shows that they recently have come up with a workaround, so maybe
Epiphany will follow suit. (However, I could be reading the changelog
wrong, so don't take my word as authoritative).

In the meantime, pressing Ctrl-L is a workaround. Ctrl-T, Ctrl-L: Open
new tab and focus location entry. Becomes habit very quickly.

> Downloads does not display the current download rate (300kb/s).

To convince Epiphany's developers to implement this, you may first have
to come up with a plausible use case which proves that the current
download rate is actually useful information. ("Firefox does it" isn't a
valid excuse.) If there's no valid use case, maybe we'd be able to find
a way to put this feature into an extension. (I, too, find myself
curious from time to time, but I can't think why that number would carry
any meaning.)

There is a bug filed for this, though:

Adam Hooper <adamh densi com>

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