Default Web Browser, EMail App.
Dennis J. Tuchler
dennis.tuchler at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 16 22:22:10 GMT 2005
Olivier Danoy wrote:
>I'm not sure if you've found a solution to this issue but what you can
>do is add the following lines to the firefox and thunderbird pref.js
>files. Close firefox and thunderbird before doing so and replace <xxxx>
>by the appropriate name.
It Worked! Thank you. How did you know to do that to the prefs.js
files? Where can a tyro like me get information of that sort?
Thank you, again!
>>I use Thunderbird (e-mail) and Firefox (browser) under KDE (SuSE 10).
>>When I click on a URL in an e-mail message, nothing happens (I want
>>Firefox to rise up and connect me with the URL). When I click on a name
>>(e-mail address) at a web site, nothing happens (I want Thunderbird to
>>rise up and present a blank in which to write a note.
>>I opened Control Center >KDE Components > Component Chooser, and entered
>>the address of each of the applications in the appropriate blank.
>>Didn't help, probably because they are not KDE applications.
>>I've been thrashing about Usenet to try to get answers. None.
>>How do I fix this?
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