Try this: Place the cursor anywhere within the text of the link in question. Then right-click and select Open Link from the menu. Mike ... blue ... upMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 8, 2000View SourceTry this:
Place the cursor anywhere within the text of the link in question.
Then right-click and select "Open Link" from the menu.
> ......can Noettabblue
> Pro be configured so that the HTTP links in txt files (that do show up
> and underlined) become "hot" so that I could click them and have it loadup
> in my default web browser?
Hi Eric and Jody, ... I can see the above text in my help file and it does not appear to be correct. There is no item on the Options Internet tab calledMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 8, 2000View SourceHi Eric and Jody,
At 10:05 PM 09/08/2000 -0500, Jody wrote:
>I can see the above text in my help file and it does not appear to be
>This is from Help:
>"If your text contains an Internet link, holding the Control key
>down and double-clicking on the link will open it in your default
>web browser. Also hold the Ctrl key down if you want to open a
>link in a new web browser window (this feature may not work with
>all browsers). If this feature does not work, you will have to
>fill in the path and file name of your browser in the "Options |
>Internet | Default Browser" field. If the editor cannot resolve
>the URL from the text you double-clicked, it will open a dialog
>box so you can complete the address if necessary."
correct. There is no item on the Options Internet tab called "Default
Browser". I do have one called "Main Browser". I cannot get a "new web
browser window" to open as described above although I can switch to the
links in the existing browser window. They always open in the same browser
window. I assume by "new web browser window" that the previous window will
stay open and move to the back and a new one will open in front of it with
another button on the task bar but this does not happen. I have put my
default browser path into the "Main Browser" item in Internet Options and
it still does not work that way for me.
Hi Larry, ... I think that was changed in v4.0 ;) ... Not all browsers do it (as Help says) and when that was written I think Opera was just being born orMessage 1 of 3 , Sep 9, 2000View SourceHi Larry,
>> If this feature does not work, you will have to fill in theI think that was changed in v4.0 ;)
>> path and file name of your browser in the "Options | Internet |
>> Default Browser" field.
>I cannot get a "new web browser window" to open as describedNot all browsers do it (as Help says) and when that was written I
>above although I can switch to the links in the existing browser
think Opera was just being born or hadn't been out long. I think
Netscape was the only one I had it working in before. Now, the
way Windows keeps changing like not bringing browsers to the
front all kinds of stuff changes. It is hard to keep everything
current with everything changing so much.
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