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Recent versions of Mint support a non-administrative public view of statistics (you enable it under “Enable open, Client mode” in the “Login” section of the Preferences screen). So you’re now welcome to take a look around for yourself at traffic statistics.

In addition to the stock Mint installation, I’ve added a few add-on modules (in the world of Mint these are called “Pepper”); right now you’ll find Window Width, User Agent 007, Sparks! and Fresh View. Note that Fresh View requires an SVG-capable browser (it’s working fine in the latest stock Safari for me Safari requires the Adobe SVG Viewer v3.0 for Macintosh).


Isaac Grant's picture
Isaac Grant on January 21, 2006 - 23:56 Permalink

Are you sure you don’t have the Adobe SVG viewer installed, or one of the webkit nightly builds? I’m running the latest version of safari on 10.4.4, and SVG hasn’t made its way in yet, and hence Fresh View asks me to install the Adobe viewer or Firefox 1.5. Fortunately, SVG does exist in webkit (which safari is based on) — so its only a matter of time until the average safari user has it.

Peter Rukavina's picture
Peter Rukavina on January 22, 2006 - 19:00 Permalink

You’re right Isaac — I’d forgotten that I’d installed the “Adobe SVG Viewer v3.0 for Macintosh” a long time ago.