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midori:faq [2014/06/05 00:44]
gue5t mention about:version directly
midori:faq [2017/02/21 14:36] (current)
alemao [Security features]
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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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 No key store is available or it's incorrectly setup. By default GNOME keyring can do this. Under Xfce it is recommended to enable "GNOME services"​ under "​Session and Startup settings"​. To make sure, that the output of "​gnome-keyring --startup"​ is correctly sent to the environment,​ you can add "​export `gnome-keyring-daemon --start`"​ to .xinitrc. No key store is available or it's incorrectly setup. By default GNOME keyring can do this. Under Xfce it is recommended to enable "GNOME services"​ under "​Session and Startup settings"​. To make sure, that the output of "​gnome-keyring --startup"​ is correctly sent to the environment,​ you can add "​export `gnome-keyring-daemon --start`"​ to .xinitrc.
 +
 +In order to solve it, follow the steps:​\\ ​
 +1- make sure that gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so exists in your machine, the location can be found with:​\\ ​
 +$ sudo find / -name gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so
 +
 +Depending on the architecture it can be under /​usr/​lib/​x86_64-linux-gnu/​pkcs11 or /​usr/​lib/​i386-linux-gnu/​pkcs11\\ ​
 +
 +If you don't find them, you must install it:\\ 
 +
 +**64bit machine: **\\ 
 +$ sudo apt-get install libp11-kit-gnome-keyring
 +
 +**32bit machine: **\\ 
 +$ sudo apt-get install libp11-kit-gnome-keyring:​i386
 +
 +After that the file should be in the expected place. ​
 +
 +2- Now **CLOSE** Midori.
 +
 +3- After it is totally closed, run:
 +
 +**64bit machine: **\\ 
 +$ modutil -add gnome-keyring -libfile ./​lib/​x86_64-linux-gnu/​pkcs11/​gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so ​ -mechanisms RSA:DSA -dbdir ~/​.config/​midori/​
 +
 +**32bit machine: **\\ 
 +$ modutil -add gnome-keyring -libfile ./​lib/​i386-linux-gnu/​pkcs11/​gnome-keyring-pkcs11.so ​ -mechanisms RSA:DSA -dbdir ~/​.config/​midori/​
  
 == A testcase for self-signed certificates == == A testcase for self-signed certificates ==