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28<h1>SeaMonkey Vision: Configurability</h1>
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32 <li>Provide choice to power users through a reasonable set of
33 <span class="hilite">configurable and customizable</span> features paired
34 with extensibility through add-ons
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36 <li>Power users, being one of the main target groups of SeaMonkey, should
37 be able to <span class="hilite">choose what functionality</span> they
38 want to use in what way.</li>
39 <li>At the same time, the amount of options must be kept
3ee78fbb 40 <span class="hilite">comprehensible</span> for users that are not yet
cc144c07 41 accustomed to everything SeaMonkey has to offer and managable for the
42 team writing and maintaining the code.</li>
43 <li>Development of SeaMonkey <span class="hilite">add-ons</span> should
44 be made as easy as possible, for example through providing similar or
45 the same APIs as Firefox and Thunderbird for add-on developers.</li>
46 <li>Everything normal SeaMonkey users need to tweak should be available
47 in <span class="hilite">UI preferences</span>, things only a small
48 minority of very advanced users want to change should not be in
49 standard preferences UI.</li>
50 <li>Add-ons should be able to <span class="hilite">easily extend,
51 configure and customize</span> functionality.</li>
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