[maemo-users] Setting rendering engine on browser

From: Ryan Pavlik abiryan at ryand.net
Date: Sat Aug 11 15:17:36 EEST 2007
There is (or was) an additional package to allow browser EAL switching.  
Might also want to check for updates.

Jonathan Greene wrote:
> after you installed, did you restart?  Might try installing again.
> I've done this on two N800s and it worked fine.
> On 8/11/07, Paul Klapperich <maemo.org at bobpaul.org> wrote:
>> On 8/11/07, Jonathan Greene <atmasphere at atmasphere.net> wrote:
>>> There should be a menu option in the browser (under close) called "set
>>> engine".  You can pick MicroB or Opera
>> In Close, I have "Close window" and  "Close all windows". Close is the
>> last menu entry on the list.
>> --Paul
>>> On 8/11/07, Iñigo Illán Aranburu <kodeport at terra.es> wrote:
>>>> Hi everyone!
>>>> I have installed the microb engine for the browser, but I don't get any
>>>> menu entry for switching between engines. I can launch the browser from
>>>> a terminal with the option --engine=opera, and it works perfect, but no
>>>> menu entry. Should I have to do something for getting it?
>>>> Thanks!

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