Re: [gnome-love] GNOME user environment - Nautilus web browsing
- From: Gediminas Paulauskas <menesis delfi lt>
- To: Kevin Vandersloot <kfv101 psu edu>
- Cc: nautilus-list eazel com, gnome-love gnome org, gnome-2-0-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [gnome-love] GNOME user environment - Nautilus web browsing
- Date: 25 May 2001 23:21:20 +0200
On 24 May 2001 22:18:11 -0400, Kevin Vandersloot wrote:
Why don't we resurect the Nautilus gtkhtml component and forget the
Mozilla component? Someone did that not too long ago and it really made
browsing local html pages a lot faster ( and it even obeys my gtk theme
). This would make Nautilus a nicer help browser and for non-local stuff
we can just send it to Galeon/Mozilla. I agree that Nautilus should not
be a web browser.
I use nautilus-gtkhtml by default for HTML viewing in Nautilus.
/* Not everyone has luck to compile nautilus-mozilla component, so this
is far better that text view =] */
It is very fast, but has some bugs. Most noticable is that in gtk-doc
generated docs, first line of code examples (light blue) is lost. And it
simply lacks some features (secure pages/flash/frames/java etc.)
But yes, it is possible and convenient to use most of the time
By the way, is gtkhtml2 (going to be) more advanced and full-featured
HTML widget/browser component?
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