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Re: Forward: Bug#447728: Annoying "leaving secure page" yornp

On Mon, Nov 26, 2007 at 01:32:07PM +0900, Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:
> >>>>> Trent W. Buck wrote:
> > In w3m.el, the W3M-RETRIEVE-AND-RENDER procedure *always* prompts the
> > user, modally, when transitioning from an https url to a non-https
> > url.  This is useless and annoying when one enters a URL explicitly
> > (e.g. w3m-goto-url, w3m-search) -- the user KNOWS that the new URL
> > isn't using https, because she entered it explicitly.  It is also
> > annoying when using w3m-view-previous-page -- for example, when
> > flipping between google search results (using http) and
> > help.ubuntu.com (using https).
> > I would like this y-or-n-p to either be smarter about when it asks me,
> > or to support a customize option that would make it use MESSAGE
> > instead of Y-OR-N-P.  Attached is an untested patch (hopefully)
> > implementing the latter.
> I renamed the user option into `w3m-confirm-leaving-secure-page'
> and installed in the CVS trunk.  Thank you.

Thank you, this fixes the issue I reported.

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