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  1. #21

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    Skynet,

    Your such an Uber Linux Guru! ;D

    LOL

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  2. #22

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    I just like Firefox, and it's Tab's ;D

    I've also made the switch over to Thunderbird from Sylpheed since I can use it in both Win32 and Linux.
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  3. #23

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyNet
    I just like Firefox, and it's Tab's ;D

    I've also made the switch over to Thunderbird from Sylpheed since I can use it in both Win32 and Linux.
    This advice (which I have used till now - thanks!! ) no longer works because MozEX is disabled in Firefox 1.0PR release. Anyway to solve this now?

    Thanks,
    Partha

  4. #24

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    In order to see MozEX you need Show Old Extensions. Mozilla's site doesn't seem to have it anymore, but you can get it from here: Show Old Extensions
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  5. #25

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyNet
    In order to see MozEX you need Show Old Extensions. Mozilla's site doesn't seem to have it anymore, but you can get it from here: Show Old Extensions
    Except MozEX disabled when you try to load it into firefox - version 1.0PR since it is not compatible with 1.0PR version.


  6. #26

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    That's odd. I can't remember it not working. Can you provide more information on what extensions you have installed? Also the browser needs to be restarted for it to work, but you've probably already done that. Also try going to the Extensions and selecting MozEX and right clicking and see if you can select Enable.
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  7. #27

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyNet
    That's odd. I can't remember it not working. Can you provide more information on what extensions you have installed? Also the browser needs to be restarted for it to work, but you've probably already done that. Also try going to the Extensions and selecting MozEX and right clicking and see if you can select Enable.
    Hi Skynet,

    To answer your specifics questions,

    I do not have any other extension installed.

    Here is a discussion that I just discovered on this topic at the Firefox forum:

    http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewto...ighlight=mozex

    I see from the discussion that the problem is well known. The discussion will ask you to install the new version from another site. However, please be aware the site is disabled by default by Firefox and you have to enable it to install the version that works with 1.0PR1.

    If anyone needs more info, please post.

    HTH,
    Partha

  8. #28

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    That link doesn't seem to work for me, but this one does.

    Thanks partha, I think I remember doing something like this a while ago, but forgot about it. I should have updated the howto when it was fresh in my mind.
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  9. #29

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    Hi!
    I've got a Problem with the skripts:
    I followed all the instructions and the skripts work perfectly, but only if I start them from a terminal.. I can't get Thunderbird working, nor Firefox. In Thunderbird I added the corresponing lines in user.js, but it doesn't work with the skript. I can put "kwrite" in user.js and Thunderbird opens the complete source code of the linked webpage in kwrite, but ist doesn't open a tab in Firefox. Same problem in Firefox: The skript works from a terminal, but if I click on a mailto: link, just nothing happens. Yes, the skripts are chmoded (x), yes MozEx is installed and seems to work. Oh, yes, I use Firefox RC1 and Thunderbird 0.8...
    BTW: With the old versions of Firefox (0.9) and Thunderbird (0.7) erverything worked perfect... Any tips for me ???

  10. #30

    Re: Thunderbird: Default app used to open links in email

    I don't use 1.0 RC1, but I will be using 1.0 when they release it. Once I upgrade I'll come back to update the steps needed. I don't have alot of time right now to look into your problem or a way to test it atm, but if I run across something I'll let you know.

    As for Thunderbird I use 0.8 and the script works fine. Again these lines should be placed in your user.js file located in: $HOME/.thunderbird/<userprofile>/

    user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.http", "/usr/lib/mozilla-thunderbird/openlink.sh");
    user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.https", "/usr/lib/mozilla-thunderbird/openlink.sh");
    user_pref("network.protocol-handler.app.ftp", "/usr/lib/mozilla-thunderbird/openlink.sh");
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