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Adjust website content settings

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 .
  • Select Settings.
  • 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.
  • JavaScript. JavaScript helps make sites more interactive.
  • 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.