me at the-compiler.org
Mon Apr 3 22:10:18 CEST 2017
On Mon, Apr 03, 2017 at 02:56:40PM -0500, Keith Larsen via qutebrowser wrote:
> My browser of choice has recently been deprecated (RIP xombrero).
> Anyway, this put me on a search that ended with qutebrowser! Initial
> test driving was great and I'm very impressed with all the different
> platforms you do builds for.
> cookies (respectively) could be disabled and then whitelisted or
> toggled for the session on a per domain/FQDN basis.
> I'm fairly sure that this sort of thing is not currently configurable
> with qutebrowser. The purpose of the email is to ask if this sort of
> functionality is seen as feasible or even useful to the qutebrowser
It's definitely something which was planned for a long time:
I'm planning to finally make it happen - together with some bigger
changes on how configuration works (see ) - in my summer holidays,
and will launch qutebrowser's second crowdfunding for that soon (so I
can work full-time on the whole config stuff and more for a month).
Once it's up, I'll of course announce it on this list (you're not
subscribed yet, by the way) as well as the qutebrowser-announce list.
> Perhaps a script to set the option and open a bookmark... just looking
> for you thoughts on the matter.
You can already do that (with a simple keybinding using ;; as command
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