[SOLVED] Option to disable display of OS and Browser on posts?
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When I ran a browser agent on my blog, I noticed that Slackware always came up with the penguin - I think it's because it's the only (or one of the few) distros that doesn't stick it's id over all the apps. So whereas Debian gives
@Jeebizz - about:config, type in useragent to the search box and look for general.useragent.extra.firefoxComment - double click it and set your distro in that changeable box. See my last few posts (and this one) in this thread to see what you can do.
In the interests of science (!!!), I tried to post from Dillo, but that didn't really work. It seems as if Dillo makes a bit of a mess of the formatting anyway, but it won't stay logged in long enough to actually post (I think when you log in and should get redirected, but don't that breaks the 'stay logged in chain' in some way, but I'm only guessing).
Anyway, at this point Dillo doesn't really seem to work, so I'm posting from konqueror, but its taken so long that the 'browser icon' thing is now dead...shame as was looking forward to seeing what icon Dillo got.(And, with konqueror the fonts look a bit clunky, but you do get a spell checker, which my usual browser of choice, Opera, lacks.)