caulier.gilles at free.fr
Tue Jul 12 00:25:08 BST 2005
Le Dimanche 10 Juillet 2005 20:34, Stephan van den Akker a écrit :
> /Oliver Dörr wrote:/
> > 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'
> > <file://tmp/file1%27>)"
> > into a shell. This should bring a message window up with file1 attached.
> > Oliver
> Your commands work, Oliver! I also found out that "e-mail images.." works
> when an instance of thunderbird is already running. But still no succes
> when thunderbird is not running....
> With mozilla-mail "e-mail images.." works, even if it is not running.
> System: SuSE 9.2, KDE 3.3.0
> Software setup:
> - digikam 0.7.3
> - digikamimageplugins 0.7.3
> - kipi-plugins 0.1.0 beta 2
> - libkipi 0.1.1 (all downloaded from sf.net and compiled from source)
> - thunderbird 1.0.2 (downloaded from www.mozilla.org)
> - mozilla 1.7.7 (standard SuSE 9.2 rpm's)
> Seeing that things do work as expected with mozilla-mail, is it a digikam
> bug or a thunderbird bug?
Like i have explained in this thread about this subject, this is a problem
relevant of thunderbird. The code in sendImage plugin is the same between
mozilla, netscape, thunderbird, and GmailAgent (see sendimages.cpp).
> Stephan van den Akker
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