Yes: possible. The files are inside archives inside K-Meleon chrome folder.
Many K-Meleon/Chrome files are AFAIK utf8! A good program editor shows You which encoding is used (all good editors do). Chrome folder jar = zip file with another extension name. Use a zip program to open/unzip the jars. Save Your changes there and rezip them.
Embed.jar/content/global/netError.xhtml this file has AFAIK the js and surfaces for the error pages. It invocates some files:
The actual error texts are in: chrome://global/locale/netError.dtd -
this location reads: en-US.jar/embed/locale/en-US/global/netError.dtd
In my case de-DE.jar = Your national chrome translation file, whatever it is.
The file is encoding utf8. You write in it with special editors that CAN
write and save this specific encoding! Your will make the file unusable, if You write with a wrong editor that can not write utf8. I use PSPad
. There are many such utf8 editors but Windows default editor is no good.
The styles are in chrome://global/skin/netError.css -
this location reads: embed.jar/skin/classic/global/netError.css
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 05/17/2008 03:30PM by guenter.