Oh, so the issue is something else then. Maybe its compiled as part of the program.
EDIT: It is used when compiling the program according to a person in its IRC chatroom (which is #netsurf on irc.freenode.net).
I tried changing the Prev/Next Tab keyboard shortcut in the FatMessages file that is in the pandora\appdata\netsurf\home\netsurf folder manually. It is still using the default shortcut because of the resources.tgz in the PND though.
It works since this is a port of the GTK interface and backend for NetSurf. So, maybe Ctrl+Left/Right could be replaced with 1/2 in its source code.
EDIT: The file containing the keyboard shortcuts is in the source under the name of FatMessages and is located in the resources folder.
1. The tab bar is included. Its just disabled by default and can be enabled by checking the appropriate checkbox in the Appearance tab of its Preferences.
2. Is it possible to assign keyboard commands to switching between the tab on the left and right side of the currently selected one?
EDIT: Can you please get the tabbed UI that Mac OS X uses to run on the Pandora instead of the GTK one (unless it provides tabbed browsing)?
IchiGeki has just released a prototype of his new way of capturing the screen of the host PC. Its called Lokasenna and can be downloaded via the link included in the blog post which can be viewed by going to http://blog.x-row.net/?p=12064. He plans on either replacing the method used in...
Here is the list of them and the link to each of their listing:
2 Linksys PLEK500 Powerline Adapters 500Mbps, Single Ethernet (RJ-45) Port - http://www.ebay.com/itm/272258274117?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
3 Action-Tec PWR500 Powerline Adapters 500Mbps, Single Ethernet...
Btw, you can also use it to play video games on your PC if they have Keyboard Support. There IS Gamepad support but it doen't work even when enabling the option in its .ini.
EDIT: Here is how to get it to work:
1. Install VJoy.
2. Copy ragnarok.dll to the plugins subfolder of Brynhildr's...
I fixed it by taping the dongle while it was connected to the network. Now it will stay there no matter what I do.
EDIT: Actually, I really fixed it this time. I stuck a piece of cardboard in the space where the dongle and metal pins meet (which keeps it pushed down so it can have a proper...