Re: cvs HEAD, behaviour of "clickable urls"

Le 08.08.2004 21:08:57, Pawel Salek a écrit :
Dnia 2004-08-08 20:47:27, Jean-Luc Coulon (f5ibh) napisał(a):
Le 08.08.2004 20:12:49, Pawel Salek a écrit :
> On 08/08/2004 08:03:52 PM, Pawel Salek wrote:
>> Try running
>> gconftool-2 -R /| awk '/mozilla/{print p, $0} / \/.*:$/ {p=$0}'
> s/mozilla/epiphany/ above.
> Pawel

Retrying my explanation after having my mail rejected....

I've not found anythinf interesting with this command.

But I have had a look in the gconf keys with:
Applications -> System tools -> Gconf editor
Then I had a look in the following key:

There is a key there called exec with text type and the contents is
"sensible browser"

It's most likely problem with GConf schema. You have to change it
from the command line explicitely stating "string" type, eg:

gconftool-2 -s -t string /desktop/gnome/application/browser/ 'mozilla

I've setup the key to galeon but it doesnt work.
There are 2 different behaviour :

1 - if the message is html then it opens epiphany (well, it is a
browser) and a right clic gives me the menu to choose a browser.

2 - if the message is plain text, it opens gedit (!) (who say "has been
moved" .. sure..) and a right clic gives me the choice of an editor.

Why is the behaviour different with a plain text message and an html
one ?



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