lleblanc at macroelite.ca
Sun Jul 10 13:36:26 BST 2005
Oliver Dörr wrote:
> Oliver Dörr wrote:
>> Stephan van den Akker wrote:
>>> Hi Digikam users/developers,
>>> I also encountered the same problem with Thunderbird 0.8 through
>>> 1.0.2 (SuSE 9.0 and SuSE 9.2) with Digikam 0.7+. The Digikam "e-mail
>>> images" function saves me hours per week!!
>>> The problem seems to be a bug in Thunderbird, which keeps me on the
>>> Mozilla suite for now. Have a look at
>>> the bugreport is titled "thunderbird -remote not working on linux".
>>> To my dismay the severity rating is "minor". It's a complete
>>> showstopper for me!
>>> Maybe we should all vote for this bug to get thunderbird working with
>> i can't confirm the bug. -remote works on my system. Could you test it
>> by starting thunderbird and typing
>> touch /tmp/file1
>> /opt/thunderbird/thunderbird -remote
>> into a shell. This should bring a message window up with file1 attached.
> of course you have to use your thunderbird startup script instead of
> mine /opt/thunderbird/thunderbird ;-)
> Btw. i knew the bug, i'm subscribed to it and they fixed somewhere
> between 0.8 and 1.0. Since then the -remote works again on my system.
The -remote works on my system. I've been using the previously sent
script to allow the email links in Firefox to work properly. Regardless
of whether Thunderbird is open or not, it pops up the new message.
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