j.hart at hccnet.nl
Sun Jul 9 16:59:52 UTC 2006
Dotan Cohen wrote:
> Did Konqueror used to have "profiles"? I've never used them, but now
> that I want to use Konqi as my web browser I think that I need them!
> If I understand correctly, profiles will enable me to use konqi both
> as a web browser and as a file manager without each of the functions
> stepping on each other's toes. For instance, when I'm browsing the
> web, I want xhtml and html files (and those same files with php, asp,
> htm, extensions) to open in the browser like one would expect.
> However, when I'm browsing the file system, I want html files to open
> in Bluefish, php files to open in Kate, and so on.
> If using profiles is not the way to do what I describe, then what is?
> If using profiles _is_ the way to do what I describe, then how d oI
> set it up?
> Thank you in advance.
> Dotan Cohen
konqueror -profile webbrowser
or create a profile, and run it:
konqueror -profile my-profile
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