Zim calls the python "webbrowser" module to open the file. This module
looks at your environment to determine your default browser. So you indeed
need to change the settings for this user. See
Now I can't tell you how / where your system configured the browser, there
are many variants.
The sure way to overrule is to make sure the "$BROWSER" environment
variable is set, that should overrule other options.
On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 1:25 PM, nik <forin...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello list!
> Where does zim takes config information for plugin "Print to browser"?
> I have a problem now, when I use Ctrl+P it tries to open winebrowser which
> was installed on my computer, but for now i removed that package.
> Debug log is:
> DEBUG: Action: print_to_browser
> INFO: Loading template from: <UnixFile: /usr/share/zim/templates/html/
> DEBUG: Wrote <UnixFile: /home/test/Notebooks/Notes/Home.txt>
> DEBUG: Wrote <TmpFile: /tmp/zim-test/print-to-browser.html>
> DEBUG: open_url(file:///tmp/zim-test/print-to-browser.html)
> INFO: Opening in webbrowser: file:///tmp/zim-test/print-to-browser.html
> env: wine: No such file or directory
> I've created another test user on my system and under it "Print to
> browser" works fine. So I think that it is configuration problem in my
> current user environment.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks in advanced.
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