Am 2004.08.14 16:11 schrieb(en) Peter Bloomfield:
On 08/14/2004 09:54:43 AM, Jean-Luc Coulon wrote: [ snip ]Well : (again) I have a multipart message. 1st part is text/plain 2nd part is text/htmlIn the text/plain there are some urls : underlined and "clickable" [tm] If I click the URL, I get everything but what I wat. Ok for the right click that doesnt distinguished the url from any other text. I thought there was a relation with the fact that it was an url. There was *never* the ability to choose the tool via a popup in a text/plain part? Sure? ;-)In the text/html there are some url too, when I fly over these urls, the cursor shape changes. At this moment, if I right click, I get a popup too but the menu is browsers choice:Open with Web browser Open with ... Open (gedit %f) Open with ... Is it normal to have gedit in the list ?I don't know--but I have it, too! Balsa builds that menu from what GnomeVFS knows about that content-type, as any good Gnome-app should...
Perhaps it is not clear to everybody that the shown list refers to the text/html part of the mail, not the highlightet url. It shouldn't be to hard to see the need to open a local html document with gedit or any other editor, is it? ;)
But this doesn't solve the problem of the mysterious browser ;) Are you sure that both/desktop/gnome/applications/browser and /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/http are set to galeon?
My look like: /desktop/gnome/applications/browser: exec = galeon -n /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/unknown: command = galeon -n %s /desktop/gnome/url-handlers/http: command = galeon -n %s Hope that helps a bit :) cu /Steffen -- /"\ \ / ASCII Ribbon Campaign | "The best way to predict X * NO HTML/RTF in e-mail | the future is to invent it." / \ * NO MSWord docs in e-mail| -- Alan Kay
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