Firefox and KDE (again)
TRINGALINVENT at libero.it
Thu Feb 21 15:18:14 UTC 2013
There is a Kpart plugin for Firefox and Chromium that is just excellent: you can open every kind of file directly in the browser. When you use it, also
appears a toolbar that allows you to save the file or open it with a KDE application. This is the official homepage: http://www.unix-ag.uni-kl.de/~fischer/kpartsplugin/
>>Da: ubuntu at kitterman.com
>>Data: 20/02/2013 20.36
>>A: <kubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com>
>>Ogg: Re: Firefox and KDE (again)
>>On Wednesday, February 20, 2013 02:03:40 PM Clay Weber wrote:
>>> How difficult would it be to provide just mimetype support for Firefox,
>>> eschewing any theming and file picker changes ? That is : giving FF file
>>> open-with support, but otherwise having it stock.
>>> Would this alleviate the need for a separate package for those who do not
>>> need the look and feel bits, but would like a working Firefox ?
>>I think this only requires some additional packages installed as it ~works
>>my system. I've no idea what I installed to make it work though.
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