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- 4.1 How do I remove the file location header included in the default printing setting?
- 4.2 Is it possible to load the template with XML file and not rdf based source?
- 4.3 How can I manage scrolling outside the browser?
- 4.4 DrawWindow with transparent background possible?
- 4.6 How can I send XML/XUL document fragrement to the server instead of using GET or POST variables?
- 4.7 I get the error: Gecko MinVersion requirement not met.
- 4.8 Is Localizing remote XUL possible?
- 4.9 When loading an XSLT stylesheet into an XML I get the error: "Error loading stylesheet: An XSLT stylesheet load was blocked for security reasons."
- 4.10 hidechrome="true" doesn’t work on a Mac?
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- See http://www.xulplanet.com/references/elemref/ref_iframe.html, the first user note at the bottom. Change this line
var settings = PrintUtils.getPrintSettings();
- to this
var settings = PrintUtils.getPrintSettings().clone();
- settings.docURL = " "; // suppress URL on printout
- Other options you can modify are documented here:
- That feature isn't available yet. The code that implements it is waiting to be reviewed. See bug https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=321171
- This problem can be solved by capturing the focus events and giving the focus to another xul element or capturing and canceling the keypress events
With Mozilla trunk --------------------------------------------------------- nsIDOMCanvasRenderingContext2D* c2d = //coming from <canvas> nsIDOMWindow* window = //coming from <iframe> c2d->DrawWindow( window, ..., "rgba(0,0,0,0)"); ---------------------------------------------------------
- This makes canvas background transparent if background is transparent but when "window" is coming from top level content window, background is not transparent.
- So how can I do this same way as <iframe>? You can't right now
- Create the element, set the datasources attribute then add the element to the document. This should then create the database.
- You can send documents using send(document), so you should be able to insert the fragment into an empty document.
Visit http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/Getting_started_with_XULRunner#Step_4:_Set_up_application.ini to find out how to properly set up the application.ini file.
Loading remote DTDs for XML documents is currenty not yet supported in XUL.
- The following bugs were reported on this issue.
When loading an XSLT stylesheet into an XML I get the error: "Error loading stylesheet: An XSLT stylesheet load was blocked for security reasons."
That error is from a security check that has been put up to safeguard against cross-site-scripting attacks.
A scheme is in development to allow servers to open up their site for cross-site access, but that's not yet done.
Unfortunately, no simple solution to this was posted. A workaround is to open the content in a new window using "window.open" and send titlebar=”no” as one of the flags in the 3rd argument.