caulier.gilles at free.fr
Mon Jul 11 23:20:42 BST 2005
Le Dimanche 10 Juillet 2005 18:36, Oliver Dörr a écrit :
> 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
> >> https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=259305
> >> 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
> >> digikam!
> >> Greetings,
> >> Stephan
> >> <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=259305>
> > Hmmm,
> > 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
> > "xfeDoCommand(composeMessage,attachment='file://tmp/file1')"
> > 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.
Thunderbird must working like netscape, mozilla, and GmailAgent mailler. The
command is the same. Look like in sendimages.cpp the code is the same ! And
this code working fine with mozilla, Netscape, and GmailAgent.
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