On Sunday 06 June 2004 01:29 am, Malcolm Kay wrote: > > > > This oughta' be easy, but I've been unable to find any documentation > > > > on it... > > > > > > > > I'm using bluefish as an html editor. I don't have mozilla installed > > > > (don't really want it), and would like to preview my html in > > > > Konqueror. > > > > > > > > What is the correct command line incantation for this? > > > > > > I believe the command is #konqueror, only 50% sure though. > > > > I'm 100% sure you've got 50% of the answer, Bruce :) > > > > What I need is the part that comes after "konqueror"... i.e. which file > > to open. And that's assuming Konqueror knows to start in "html mode" > > since the file it's opening is html. I thought there might even be a way > > to specify a "profile file (??)" to set window size & other options. > > # konqueror file:'absolute-file-path'
Thank you both - that is helpful, but not the answer I was seeking. Perhaps I'm asking the wrong question... I need to get Konqueror to display the file I am currently editing in Bluefish. With the Konqueror command line synatax I now have I suppose this has now become a "Bluefish" question. I'll do some research there. BTW - are command line parameters for Konqueror documented anywhere? Thanks, Jay _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"