Re: OT: Konqueror location bar icon
El Vie 15 Jun 2001 22:02, Rob Walker escribió:
> >>>>> On Fri, 15 Jun 2001 20:08:45 +0100, Aquarius
> >>>>> <email@example.com> said:
> aquarius-lists> In article <01061602333900.11015@alpha> you wrote:
> >> I'm just curious. When I access some sites an icon shows up in the
> >> Konqueror location bar to the left of the URL, sites as varied as
> >> http://www.kuro5hin.org/ or http://www.imdb.com. The icons show up
> >> in the Bookmarks menu as well.
> >> Q's: what html code produces the icons? Is there any way I can
> >> retrieve the icons without bookmarking the URL first?
> aquarius-lists> They're favicons, an IE innovation. They're retrieved
> from aquarius-lists> http://site/favicon.ico. At least, that's what IE
> does, and I imagine aquarius-lists> that Konqueror follows suit.
> Now I am jealous. How does one turn this feature on in konqueror?
> I found them under ~/.kde/share/icons/favicons ... But the sites
> which are there don't give me what I think is the action you are
> speaking of. Are you saying that the icon shows up instead of the
> world-"www"text-page picture to the immediate left of the h in http://
I think that favicons are automatically enabled in konqueror. Perhaps you
should try clearing one entry in $HOME/.kde/share/config/konq_history and try
removing the appropiate image from ~/.kde/share/icons/favicons, reload again
the URL, and wait some seconds. Remember that not all places provide favicons.
By the way acccording to www.favicon.com only IE 5.0 or above and Konqueror
I am using KDE 2.1.1, and Debian Potato
Pablo de Vicente
KDE Spanish translation team