Webkit options in MacOSX

Mike Alexander mta at umich.edu
Mon Apr 20 11:47:27 EDT 2009

--On April 19, 2009 8:29:15 AM -0400 Phil Longstaff 
<plongstaff at rogers.com> wrote:

> There is a WEBKIT_WEB_SETTINGS gobject which, according to 1.0.1
> code, allows  you to set lots of default values.  We would need to
> connect that to gconf.   Available settings:
> struct _WebKitWebSettingsPrivate {
>     gchar* default_encoding;
>     gchar* cursive_font_family;
>     gchar* default_font_family;
>     gchar* fantasy_font_family;
>     gchar* monospace_font_family;
>     gchar* sans_serif_font_family;
>     gchar* serif_font_family;
>     guint default_font_size;
>     guint default_monospace_font_size;
>     guint minimum_font_size;
>     guint minimum_logical_font_size;
>     gboolean auto_load_images;
>     gboolean auto_shrink_images;
>     gboolean print_backgrounds;
>     gboolean enable_scripts;
>     gboolean enable_plugins;
>     gboolean resizable_text_areas;
>     gchar* user_stylesheet_uri;
>     gfloat zoom_step;
> };

I noticed this too.  I've created a patch attached to 
<http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=579621> which syncs some of 
these settings with gconf.  I didn't do anything about adding them to 
the preferences dialog, but you can set them using gconftool or the 
equivalent and GnuCash will honor them.


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