I didn't include a dillorc file in the pet, there is a link to one in
the opening dillo screen that you can download and place in your dillo
directory which is a hidden directory /root/.dillo if you run dillo as
root or /root/spot/.dillo if you run dillo as spot.
The dillorc file can then be edited to change font size or theme etc.
I'm attaching my dillorc to this post as dillorc.gz, move it to your
.dillo directory and rename it dillorc
I have a font size of 20 and a green theme, this can be changed by
editing the dillorc with a text editor and then saving the file.
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Posted: Tue 18 Mar 2014, 22:24 Post subject:
Thanks for posting that. Hope you don't mind if I mention the following in this thread.
Thought I would give it a try in Wheezy but it wouldn't run because it needs libpng14 which is in Slacko but not in Wheezy or Precise, so decided to have a go at compiling Dillo in Wheezy. I moved all the files from /etc/dillo to /root/.dillo although they are found in either location. I have also added the blue hummingbird icon which displays in the window titlebar and tray button.
I compiled with --enable-ssl so that https links will hopefully download but that feature is "Alpha Code". There is a missing "#" from the front of one of the colour codes in the dillorc file which shows up if you run from terminal. I have fixed that in mine.
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