I'm on Mac OS but I don't think this problem is limited to that. My question is, what is the best way to get a running instance of Mozilla Composer open an HTML document for editing?
When I use the command line option: seamonkey-bin -editor file.htm I get a dialog telling me "A copy of SeaMonkey is already open. Only one copy of SeaMonkey can be open at a time.". Sadly, the -remote command set does not seem to include an editURL option. I'm not even sure that its supported with SeaMonkey on Mac OS X since I can't even use the openURL Method (I get the same Mozilla already running error above). Isn't there a way to get a running instance of SeaMonkey to open an HTML document w/o having to resort to AppleScripts invoking menu items? -- Steve p.s. Ideally SeaMonkey would just create file associations so that HTML documents could be opened with composer from open-with menus in Mac, Linux and Windows. _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey