Verbose mode for Firefox & SeaMonkey ?

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Stegozor, Jun 14, 2006.

  1. Stegozor

    Stegozor Guest

    Hi,

    Recently, I began to use Lynx (a text only browser,
    http://lynx.browser.org ) for fun. I noticed that during ftp sessions,
    unlike Firefox and SeaMonkey, Lynx displays a text message from the
    server, something like "Welcome to our download page".
    Is there a way to make Mozilla based browsers display these messages, a
    hidden setting in about:config for example, or should I check bugzilla?

    Also, Lynx displays many informations about the connection while it is
    being initiated. Can I do the same with SeaMonkey; is there a verbose mode?

    TIA.

    PS: Crosspost to news:alt.fan.mozilla and fu2
    news:netscape.public.mozilla.general .
     
    Stegozor, Jun 14, 2006
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