On the last exciting episode, aired on 13/5/2006 21:17, Jody invited the
wrath of the gods by saying:
> Hi Ed,
>> I know you warned me, that is I kept oldNoteTab.ini. But I did
>> not realize how many icons would disappear, so I went back and
>> did a system restore and now it looks like it should and works
>> OK. Well, almost, I still have the problem with Firefox which
>> you are well acquainted with that bug. I thought I might be able
>> to slip it in and get it to run. Everyone else says that if you
>> are on the internet with Firefox it will work. But for me it does
>> not. Oh! Well! I will just post them on a test page on the
>> internet and see what they look like in Firefox.
> I took the long shot in my reply (to see if you had Wrap Icons
> checked), because I figured you knew to go to the Toolbar tab in
> Options to check the icons on the Toolbar you wanted. Oops. <g>
> We are currently working in trying to get Firefox to work right.
> Eric says the bug is in Firefox and fixed it in the beta we are
> testing, but it broke the others. He shouldn't have a problem,
> hopefully, getting them all to behave correctly though.
> I suggest that you don't spend anymore time with trying to get
> Firefox to work in either of the browser locations. Instead, I
> would use Custom Launch (under the Tools tab in Options) and the
> Launch Document Toolbar icon. The following is an example of what
> to put in the Custom Launch field:
> E:\Browsers\FireFox\firefox.exe ^**
> The ^** says to open Firefox with the focused file's temporary
> file if the file is in the need of being saved, but will default
> to the saved file on disk if it is already in the saved state.
Nice trick. I only modified it slightly -- put the program path and the
^** between quotes, like this:
"C:\Program Files\Opera\Opera.exe" "^**"
in order to avoid problems with spaces. An extra benefit is that now I have buttons for the three major Windows browsers: IE, Mozilla and Opera.