compatmode setting is a trimode option:
0 = No compat mode
1 = Gecko/Goanna compat mode
2 = Firefox compat mode
Roytam from the PaleMoon team got me thinking:
What if we add a "universal compat mode" option?!
Don't laugh, but I like
First idea: to add a new pref with anything possible in it, customizable for users, for example "K-Meleon 76.0", perhaps needs another Bool-toggle for it too. Then whenever a fake UA is set by macro, it either adds or not this suffix to the custom UA...
Purpose is to PERHAPS get KM a bit more visibility in the UA-stats, even when faked with something else as FF...
Eh, uh, ah..., really the idea of this macro was to give an user agent changer to the vanilla version, because Dorian removed it.
And the idea of this user agent changer is to fake the UA. Not to tell I'm K-meleon and I look like Firefox. No, is to tell I'm Firefox.
That is done.
Visibility to the K-meleon UA? I always browse the net without the compat mode and I only had "a couple" of sites that are very reluctant to accept K-meleon as a Gecko compatible browser, because they insist on UA to determine site functionality.
Said that, I'm not going to dig more. Really. If you wish to create it, do, and edit the first post with the new file.
For me this has finished. I'm done.
EDIT: Sorry if I sounded rough. Maybe a bad day.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/29/2017 11:36PM by JohnHell.