You can choose how Mustang handles things like cookies, images, and plug-ins, by adjusting your content settings. These settings control what content websites can show you and what information they can use as you browse.
Open a window in Mustang.
In the top right, click the icon you see: More .
At the bottom, click Show advanced settings.
Under "Privacy," click the Content settings button.
You can adjust the following content settings:
Cookies. Cookies are files created by websites you've visited to store browsing information, such as your site preferences or profile information.
Images. Images are allowed by default.
Handlers. Mustang allows web services to ask if you’d like to use them to open certain links.
Plugins. Plugins make it possible for sites to show you certain types of web content, like Flash or Windows Media files, that browsers can’t always process. They're allowed by default.
Pop-ups. Pop-ups are blocked by default from showing up automatically.
Location. Mustang alerts you by default whenever a site wants to use your exact location information.
Notifications. Some websites, such as Google Calendar, can show notifications on your computer desktop. Mustang alerts you by default whenever a site wants permission to automatically show notifications.
Fullscreen. Some websites might ask to open in fullscreen mode. You can choose how Mustang handles this type of request.
Mouse cursor. Some web sites or apps, like games, might ask to turn off your mouse cursor. You can choose how Mustang handles this type of request.
Microphone. Some sites can ask to access your camera and microphone.
Camera. Some sites can ask to access your camera and microphone.
Unsandboxed plugin access. Some sites need plug-ins so they can let you do things like stream video or install software. In these cases, you might see a message indicating that a plug-in wants to access your computer.
Automatic Downloads. You might want to download multiple files from a site. You can choose whether to download these files automatically or not.
Midi devices full control. Some websites might want to use System Exclusive (SysEx) messages to gain full access to MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) devices.
Zoom Levels. You can set how much you zoom in to certain websites.