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Re: About HTTP 1.1 Cache


So maybe a very subtle theme and icon change. I'll give it some thought
tonight as I finish xB Browser


Andy Schaumberg wrote:
> Steve-
> Side-by-side would be good.
> I'm often switching my proxy settings around between port 8118 (use
> Privoxy+Tor) and port 8119 (use Privoxy w/o Tor). I don't like the
> Firefox "Tor button" plugin because it's too global. I'd like one
> session that I know will use Tor, and another that won't. I was
> considering installing Seamonkey with different proxy settings for this
> reason alone. It's good to be able to use the full speed of my
> connection, while still keeping the anonymous option open for some traffic.
> I think themes may be a bit distracting too, but that depends on the
> theme. Having a different process name would be nice, or a little icon
> somewhere would be enough. Just so long as I can tell the two apart and
> have them be separate processes with separate configurations.
> Cheers-
> -Andy
> Arrakis wrote:
>> Kyle
>> You could if you want to recompile. Now I'm about to release xBB
>>, and my concern about that is if the user can't tell the
>> difference, visually, between Firefox and xB Browser. I can use themes
>> and that is a little distracting, but xB Browser is geared towards tor
>> novice and mid-levels. If they are advanced users, they can always edit
>> the head section to use a different process name rather than Firefox.exe.
>> Now, I *could* edit it to use something else entirely, and then you
>> wouldn't have the problem. Would anyone else like to be able to run
>> Firefox and xB Browser side-by side; and if so would you want a
>> different theme so you could tell them apart?
>> Steve
>> Kyle Williams wrote:
>>> Doesn't xB Browser require me to close my existing firefox first,
>>> before it
>>> can start?
>>> Can I run both xB-Browser (using Tor) and my Firefox (not using Tor)
>>> at the
>>> same time somehow?
>>> On 9/21/07, Arrakis <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> We call this xB Browser.
>>>> <3 Steve
>>>> Alexander W. Janssen wrote:
>>>>> The easiest solution would be just using different browser-profiles
>>>>> and run them simultaneously. One for Tor, one for everything else.
>>>>> Cheers, Alex.