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midori:faq [2014/06/05 00:36]
gue5t
midori:faq [2015/09/15 19:16] (current)
kalikiana
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 Enable changing hotkeys while hovering menu items: Enable changing hotkeys while hovering menu items:
 <​code>​gtk-can-change-accels = 1</​code>​ <​code>​gtk-can-change-accels = 1</​code>​
 +
 +=== Making the current tab more visible ===
 +
 +To make the current tab more visible in Midori, when running Elementary edit the file /​usr/​share/​themes/​elementary/​gtk-3.0/​gtk-widgets.css around line 1620:
 +
 +<​code>​.notebook tab .active-page GtkLabel {
 +font-weight:​ Bold;</​code>​
 +
 +Note that this will also affect tabs on Files, Scratch and other apps. The change is presumably applicable to other GTK+3 based themes but it wasn't tested.
  
 === Disable middle click pasting === === Disable middle click pasting ===
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 === HTML5 Video/ Audio doesn'​t play === === HTML5 Video/ Audio doesn'​t play ===
  
-[[#​midori_architecture|Midori uses GStreamer]] for HTML5 audio and video support. Codecs, which handle particular formats of audio or video, are provided by GStreamer plugins which may need to be installed separately. Midori may be built with GTK+2 or GTK+3 ([[#​webkit_version_numbers|which do I have?]), which correspond to GStreamer versions of 0.10 or 1.0 respectively.+[[#​midori_architecture|Midori uses GStreamer]] for HTML5 audio and video support. Codecs, which handle particular formats of audio or video, are provided by GStreamer plugins which may need to be installed separately. Midori may be built with GTK+2 or GTK+3 (visit about:​version to check), which correspond to GStreamer versions of 0.10 or 1.0 respectively.
  
   - You need gstreamer(0.10/​1.0)-pulse if you're using PulseAudio.   - You need gstreamer(0.10/​1.0)-pulse if you're using PulseAudio.
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 ====== Midori Architecture ====== ====== Midori Architecture ======
  
-Midori stands on the shoulders of three giants in particular: the software libraries GTK+, WebKitGTK+, and libsoup. GTK+ provides the buttons, windows and menus, WebKitGTK+ draws and controls web pages, and libsoup downloads those pages+Midori stands on the shoulders of three giants in particular: the software libraries ​[[http://​www.gtk.org/​|GTK+]][[http://​webkitgtk.org/​|WebKitGTK+]], and [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​libsoup/|libsoup]]. GTK+ provides the buttons, windows and menus, WebKitGTK+ draws and controls web pages, and libsoup downloads those pages.
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-WebKitGTK+ itself uses two other important libraries: JavaScriptCore,​ a WebKit project which runs scripts on web pages, and GStreamer, which plays HTML5 video and audio.+
  
 +WebKitGTK+ itself uses two other important libraries: [[https://​www.webkit.org/​projects/​javascript/​index.html|JavaScriptCore]],​ a WebKit project which runs scripts on web pages; and [[http://​gstreamer.freedesktop.org/​|GStreamer]],​ which plays HTML5 video and audio.
 ===== WebKit Version Numbers ===== ===== WebKit Version Numbers =====
  
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