oliver at doerr-privat.de
Sun Jul 10 16:45:59 BST 2005
i just checked the code of sendimages.cpp and to be honmest i don't
understand it. As far as i understand the sendmail has to follow the
following algorithm for thunderbird, mozilla and netscape
1. Check if the binary is already started
2. If no start the binary (with -mail, not ncessary for tb, but it does
3. Communicate with the running instance using -remote to create the mail
I can't find the check for the running instance. If there is a test,
than it fails at least on my system due to the fact that tb is started
Could you check that? I'm not a programmer....
Oliver Dörr wrote:
> Hi Gilles,
> i just found something wrong in the startup process from thunderbird
> from KIPI. If thunderbird itself has to be started (cause of no
> running instance), it is started using
> /opt/thunderbird/run-mozilla.sh /opt/thunderbird/thunderbird-bin -remote
> I found this information in the thunderbird start script for
> debbugging purposes. The option -remote is only used then talking to a
> running instance of thunderbird....
> So as a test i started my thunderbird manually the same way kipi does
> and got
> /opt/thunderbird/thunderbird -remote
> Error: -remote requires an argument
> but not a running thunderbird. So this maybe the problem. (it is a
> problem on my system ;-)
> Oliver Dörr wrote:
>>just tested at my system (SuSE 9.2 with KDE 3.4.1, digikam 0.7.3b, KIPI
>>0.1.1, thunderbird 1.0.2 from mozilla.org) and got also a strange
>>behaviour. Everything works fine, if thunderbird is already started. Do
>>you have the same behaviour?
>>I will investigate my system, perhaps you have the same problem
>>Lenny Leblanc wrote:
>>>I'm trying to email some pictures from Digikam using Thunderbird. I
>>>know that I can simply open Thunderbird and attach images, but it would
>>>be nice if I could do it directly from Digikam.
>>>Everything appears to work fine with the "Email Images..." menu option,
>>>except when it attempts to load Thunderbird, nothing happens.
>>>If I already have Thunderbird open, I get a message saying "An error
>>>occurred while creating a message compose window. Please try again.".
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