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269Re: Launching document in Firefox

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  • lm_hamilton
    Jul 1, 2008
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      --- In ntb-linux@yahoogroups.com, Lee Underwood <leeu@...> wrote:
      > I have to say, for over a year, I either had another FF running
      under 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!
      > Lee


      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
      simpler version.

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