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Replace "Firefox + NoScript + ImgLikeOpera" with QtWebKit + PySide
Nemoar last edited by
Here is the intended setup on QtWebKit which is copied from Firefox + NoScript + ImageLikeOpera:
Disable automatic Image loading
Point your browser to url of your choice.
On QtWebView, right click on an image's placeholder which is not loaded. Click on "Load Image" context menu item. (That is; load any image from network on demand.)
(Or have a more fine grained control over domain/path patterns for which loading is allowed or disallowed. Depending how you like your filtering framework. Sky is the limit...
NOTE THAT, this post does not request a full solution. Request is only for QWebView, web elements, NetworkManager, etc hooks and friends...)
You can occasionally see comments like below on various blogs/bugtrackers/forums/flames/etc:
"Firefox is bloated. However, I have no choice other than FF + NoScript + ImgLikeOpera for my bandwidth constrained connection."
That is also my case. So I'm building a custom browser with QtWebkit + PySide + Python3.2.
But I am stuck, somewhat similar to this:
Manipulate all HTTP Requests: http://qt-project.org/forums/viewthread/17834
The solution wouldnt be that low level.
If QWebView or image elements had functions for this, it would be elegant.
I guess WebKit has posibilities for this, but simply Qt/PySide didnt expose them. I may be wrong. But in any case I kindly request your comments.
Thanks in advance,
dangelog last edited by
QtWebkit has something in QWebSettings, although I'm not sure how to properly implement such "on-demand loading". Try asking on the qt-interest mailing list.