qutebrowser: feature suggestion
z1693060 at students.niu.edu
Sun Feb 21 14:51:40 CET 2016
That works, thanks!
I completely forgot about bindings. I agree that it makes sense to disable
d as a default since in most cases this question is asked before the site
is loaded for the first time; my case only applies to accidentally
reloading a tab (spamming 'u') that I don't need anymore.
On Sun, Feb 21, 2016 at 4:45 AM, Florian Bruhin <me at the-compiler.org> wrote:
> * Abraham Baker <z1693060 at students.niu.edu> [2016-02-19 20:51:07 -0600]:
> > Minor suggestion:
> > When sites that have "SSL Errors" try to load, a prompt appears asking
> if I
> > want to continue (since the certificate is invalid). Usually I just
> > 'y' and continue, but sometimes I'd rather just close the tab ('d')
> since I
> > don't need it anymore. However, I can't close the tab right away since
> > prompt wants 'y' or 'n'.
> > Would it be possible to change prompts so that 'd' or other similar
> > would still work (since close is the same as "no and close this tab")?
> I'm not sure whether I should add that as a default binding or not,
> but you can simply add such a binding yourself:
> :bind --mode prompt d tab-close
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