Rem P Roberti wrote:
> 
>> Rem P Roberti wrote:
>>  
>>>> Rem P Roberti wrote:
>>>>        
>>>>> Boy, I'm glad somebody got embedded URL's to work.  I have been
>>>>> trying for some time now, and still can't get them to work. 
>>>>> Firefox is named in KDE, but still no joy.  I'm getting tired of
>>>>> cutting and pasting :)
>>>>>             
>>>> Have you tried setting "network.protocol-handler.app.http"
>>>> in Thunderbird to "/usr/X11R6/bin/firefox"?
>>>>       
>>> I couldn't find that string in Thunderbird's about:config.
>>>     
>>
>> If you don't find the string, just create it.  Right-click in the config
>> pane and use New -> String to enter the name and its value.
>>   
> 
> 
> Yes, I created the string and inserted the value, but still can't get
> Thunderbird to bring up Firefox via URL.  Very frustrating.
> 
If you have the latest Firefox port (firefox-1.5.0.7_1,1) firefox is now
in /usr/local/bin/firefox  This threw me a bit as there was nothing in
UPDATING about it (unless the GTK/GNOME announcement covered it.)
try a `which firefox` from a command prompt to check this.


Vince

PS the "network.protocol-handler.app.http" string works for me using
this path.

> Rem
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