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Conkerora

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NAME

Conkerora keyboard-oriented, highly-customizable web browser

SYNOPSIS

conkeror [options ...] [url]

DESCRIPTION

Conkeror is a keyboard-oriented, highly-customizable, highly-extensible web browser based on Mozilla XULRunner, written mainly in JavaScript, and inspired by Emacs and vi. Conkeror features a sophisticated keyboard system, allowing users to run commands and interact with content in powerful and novel ways. It is self-documenting, featuring a powerful interactive help system.
The primary documentation is the inline manual. To read the manual use the key combination C-h i (CTRL-h i). The manual includes a tutorial for new users that can be accessed directly with C-h t (CTRL-h t). The Conkeror wiki, found at http://conkeror.org/, is another resource.

OPTIONS

Conkeror has the same options as all other XULRunner applications plus a few more.
X11 options
--display=DISPLAY
X display to use
--sync
Make X calls synchronous
--g-fatal-warnings
Make all warnings fatal
Conkeror options
-h or -help
Print this message
-v or -version
Print conkeror version
-P <profile>
Start with <profile>
-migration
Start with migration wizard
-ProfileManager
Start with ProfileManager
-no-remote
Do not accept or send remote commands; implies -new-instance
-new-instance
Open new instance, not a new window in running instance
-UILocale <locale>
Start with <locale> resources as UI Locale
-safe-mode
Disables extensions and themes for this session
-jsconsole
Open the Error console
-recording <file>
Record drawing for a given URL
-recording-output <file>
Specify destination file for a drawing recording

KNOWN BUGS

See http://bugs.conkeror.org/.

FILES

The default location of the user configuration file is $HOME/.conkerorrc.
This can be changed by setting the preference conkeror.rcfile. The rc can be an ordinary file or a directory. If it is an ordinary file, Conkeror will evaluate that file as javascript. If it is a directory, Conkeror will evaluate all files in that directory that have the .js file extension. See http://conkeror.org/ConkerorRC for the details.

SEE ALSO

The Conkeror manual (C-h i), tutorial (C-h t) and wiki (http://conkeror.org/).

AUTHORS

Conkeror was written by Shawn Betts, John J. Foerch, Jeremy Maitin-Shepard and others. See the CREDITS file included with Conkeror for a full list of contributors.
The Conkeror manual page was originally written by Axel Beckert <abe@deuxchevaux.org> and updated by Joseph Mingrone <jrm@ftfl.ca>.
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