Getting Firefox to open when clicking on links in Thunderbird
james at bw.misa.org
Fri Jul 22 03:23:34 CDT 2005
I'm using KDE too :)
You might try manually editing a gconf entry. You'll need to create a
directory with the path:
Then create a file called "%gconf.xml"
That file should contain something like this:
<entry name="command" mtime="1121943099" type="string">
<stringvalue>/usr/bin/opera -newpage %s</stringvalue>
Failing that, just "apt-get gconf-editor" - It'll bloat your system, but
it's still handy for handling hidden settings for a whole bunch of
Martin J Hooper wrote:
> James Evans wrote:
>> What I did to get this working for Opera was to launch gconf-editor
>> and navigate to:
>> Then change the key value for "command" to launch firefox (for Opera,
>> the value I used was "/usr/bin/opera -newpage %s"). You'll probably
>> want to have a look at the documentation for mozilla-remote, too.
>> Also, make sure that the key for "enabled" is checked.
> Cheers for that James - Thing is I'm using KDE... ;) gconf-editor
> isn't installed...
> Will think of something else I'm sure ;)
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