Thanks Moonchild for not integrating social media into Pale Moon. I don't use any social media and love a lean browser and therefore Pale Moon fits the bill perfectly.Moonchild wrote:There is no intention to integrate social media into Pale Moon - that should be left a free choice (and not biased to a short list) and is best done with one of the many many available add-ons
dcurrey wrote:I am new to Pale Moon and am glad to hear that the social api will not be included.
For the life of me can't figure out why Mozilla just didn't develop it as an add on.
Moonchild wrote:Social integration is an option in Pale Moon for people who really, really, really want it.
The entire social API is, however, disabled by default.
Because the potential support is there for people who insist, the UI caters to this support. So, the Add-ons -> Services tab is there, but unless you enable the API through about:config -> social.enabled, nothing will ever be shown under services.
Consider it similar to the built-in PDF viewer: it's available for people who really want it, but completely disabled by default.
tuxman wrote:Shouldn't that tab depend on the option?
tuxman wrote:I'm pretty sure they WONTFIX it. "No one disables the Social API!!1". But hey...
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