Full Window at Startup Patch for Dillo
StatusDillo version 0.7.0 has integrated this patch, so it is not needed anymore.
AboutThis patch adds the -f command line option to Dillo so it will start in its full window mode. Toggling between normal mode and full window mode at runtime is still available by double-clicking the window, as usual. This patch is handy when used with the Embeddable Dillo patch, where an application will run Dillo in its own widget and where the navigation toolbar is sometimes not needed: for example, when viewing a single file or a HTML email. A combined patch with the embeddable and the local browsing extensions is available at the Dillo & Sylpheed page.
2002-11-01Patch for Dillo v0.7.0pre-v1 is to be fetched from here: dillo-0.7.0-pre-v1-cli-fullwindow.patch. It already contains the command line patch.
2002-08-13Get the patch from here: dillo-cvs-2002-08-13-fullwindow.patch
This patch is to be applied after applying the command line patch.
2002-08-06Get the patch from here: dillo-cvs-2002-08-06-cli-fullwindow.patch
This patch is to be applied after applying the command line patch. In contrast to the older patch below, the URL/FILE must be given after the command line options.
2002-05-18Get the patch from here: dillo-cvs-2002-05-18-fullwindow.patch
From within dillo directory, apply with patch -p0 < dillo-cvs-2002-05-18-fullwindow.patch. Then build dillo as usual. The new option is -f. If relevant, the URL to browse must be given as the first argument.