260Re: [ntb-linux] Launching document in Firefox
- Jun 29, 2008Thanks! But I don't really know what to do with this (other than change the user name) - where do I put it and will it work when I click the launch icon? Sorry, very clip challenged even after all these years using NoteTab.
I'll go stand in a corner now . . .
--- On Sun, 6/29/08, Larry Hamilton <lm_hamilton@...> wrote:
> From: Larry Hamilton <lm_hamilton@...>
> Subject: Re: [ntb-linux] Launching document in Firefox
> To: email@example.com
> Date: Sunday, June 29, 2008, 10:41 PM
> --- On Sun, 6/29/08, sisterscape
> <sisterscape@...> wrote:
> > Well, I am stumped. Since upgrading to Wine 1.0, I am
> > longer able to launch an active html page from
> > firefox %u in the Main Browser option used to work but
> > more.
> > The firefox shell script is located in
> /usr/lib/firefox. I
> > have tried the Windoze way -
> > z:\usr\lib\firefox\firefox and the
> > way /usr/lib/firefox/firefox. Nothing works.
> > Any ideas?
> I have had problems with that on Slackware, so I developed
> this clip.
> I am still running Firefox 2, as Firefox 3 did not run for
> me, the package was for Slackware 12.1, and I am still on
> 12.0. Therefore, I am not sure what procedures may be
> required to make this work for Firefox 3, if any.
> Please let me know if this works for you.
> The commented line starting with NOTE is a long, wrapped
> line. The last two lines of the clip are not needed, but
> kept for reference, in case others need them.
> <clip follows>
> ;03/05/2005 Larry Hamilton
> ;5/23/2007 Updated for NoteTab 5.x and Firefox 2.0.
> ;Launch current file in Firefox, can modify for any
> ;^!Shell "z:\usr\bin\firefox
> /home/larry/wine/program files/NoteTab/^**"
> ;^!Shell "/usr/bin/firefox ^**"
> ^!SetDebug ON
> ^!Set %name%=^$GetFileName(^**)$
> ^!Set %dir%=^$GetPath(^**)$
> ;^!Info ^%dir%^%name%
> ;Folowing removes C:\
> ^!Set %path%=^$StrDeleteLeft("^%dir%";3)$
> ;Following changes \ to / for proper Linux path.
> ;NOTE: If Firefox 1.5 is already running, this does NOT
> give it the focus. It does work with Firefox 2.0.
> ^!Shell "/usr/bin/firefox
> ;^!FocusApp "*Mozilla Firefox"
> ;^!Keyboard ALT+TAB
> <clip above>
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