269Re: Launching document in Firefox
- Jul 1, 2008--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Lee Underwood <leeu@...> wrote:
> I have to say, for over a year, I either had another FF runningunder Wine or just did a "Open File" in FF to view the file. I had no
idea we could get it to work with the Linux system. This is great!
Yes, NoteTab can interact with many other programs. For example, the
option to open the active document in another program via the Tool
menu or CTRL+T. It is not working for some reason with Mousepad, the
basic text editor used by the XFCE window manager. I thought it was
working before, but while it opens the program, the text is not there.
NoteTab's clip commands related to scripting also work for Bash/cli
commands, however, I have not been able to capture the output of a
bash command yet. It may not be possible to capture the output of a
Linux command line directly via a clip command, so it may have to be
piped to a file. I just got the syntax right last night to get it to
display a command in a terminal.
I'll try to wrap up my Linux clips/libraries later tonight. I had to
bring some work home to help get something out to a client on time, so
if that doesn't take too long....
I'll see if I can figure out why I cannot get your version of the
Firefox launch path to work. It would be good to have a single and
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