Midori Browser: no UI to disable SPDY protocol or other "about:config" tweaks...

Genghis Khan genghiskhan at gmx.ca
Fri Jul 26 13:25:39 CEST 2013

On Tue, 23 Jul 2013 17:06:25 +0200
Christian Dywan <christian at twotoasts.de> wrote:

> Am 23.07.2013 16:31, schrieb Fernando Cassia:
> > I'm using Fedora 19 XFCE. I find it extremely irritating to see the
> > Preferences screen in the Midori browser does not include apparently
> > any UI for tweaking internal preferences, like disabling the SPDY
> > protocol, which causes lots of nuisances and hassle (specially with
> > twitter). On Firefox, I just go to about:config, type "SPDY" in the
> > search bar, and uncheck (disable) everything related to SPDY.
> >
> > On Midori browser, I don't know how to do that...
> >

What does SPDY do and how come it causes to anything with Midori?

The registered protocols for Midori are http, https and geo.
(see MimeType at /usr/share/applications/midori.desktop)

> The answer to that is surprisingly simple: SPDY is not supported and
> that's why there's no way to disable it.
> It's in general possible to access a few webkit settings in the config
> file directly. Alas most of these require reading of the API docs to
> make sense of. If you find something that is missing you're welcome to
> file it as a feature request
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/midori/+filebug is your friend.

Is it possible to disable SPDY via XDG preferences?

> ciao,
> Christian
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