jumanji a web browser

User scripts

jumanji supports user scripts from sites like userscripts.org which are used to modify and customize the behaviour, functionality and look of certain websites. Those scripts are loaded automatically when the according website has been opened.

To use those scripts you just have to download and save them into your ~/.config/jumanji/scripts/ directory.

Adblocking

jumanji supports adblock plus filter lists that can be downloaded from the subscriptions website of adblock plus.

To use a filter list you just have to download and save them into your ~/.config/jumanji/adblock/ directory and jumanji will read and parse them automatically on startup.

Downloads

To download files with jumanji you can either use the internal download manager (which has not been implemented by now) or define a custom command (download-command) that is spawned whenever a file should be downloaded. In addition you can define the default download directory (download-dir) in your jumanjirc.::

set download-dir ~/dl
set download-command "wget %s -O %s"

The first place holder will be replaced by the url that should be downloaded. The second is optional and will be replaced by a concatenation of the download dir and the filename.

Flash support (for GTK3 version)

It is possible to use flash with the gtk3 version by installing nspluginwrapper and the lib32-flashplugin package. After running::

$ nspluginwrapper -i /usr/lib32/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so

flash support should be available.

Hide scrollbars in GTK+-3.0

Since the 'show-scrollbars' option will not have any effect with GTK+-3.0 you can add the following to your ~/.config/gtk-3.0/gtk.css file:

#jumanji GtkScrollbar {
  -GtkRange-slider-width: 0;
  -GtkRange-trough-border: 0;
}