[linux-elitists] Steve Morse: Re: Selectively blocking images
Mon May 8 15:21:32 PDT 2000
Do you think that this is enough proof?
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Ben Woodard wrote:
> I submitted a bug report a few days ago about the latest nightly
> builds of mozilla replacing the "cookies and images" pane of the
> preferences dialog with just "cookies". Blake Ross suggested that
> there is a simple preference that will bring it back. See:
> What is this preference that I need to set?
Add the following line to your prefs.js file:
> So what happened? Did it really go "the way of management decree" as
> Blake suggests in his bugzilla entry?
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