Re: Browser configuration
Did the suggestions from the others help?
It is possible and NoteTab can either interact with the Linux version of these programs, or the Windows versions running in Wine.
Depending on which way you are using it, the setup is different. With the Windows versions, you just set the path as normal in Windows.
I have been away from the PC for a few days, so have not been able to review this. I only have Linux at home.
If you have any problems, please let us know.
--- In email@example.com, MarkH <pm9000@...> wrote:
> From NoteTab in Wine - View, Options, Internet, Main browser/Other browser
> Can any kind soul advise if it possible to get these to point to Opera
> and Firefox in my Linux Mint?
- Hi all,
I've only tried Lee's solution - it looks a lot simpler!
Again, I'm using Linux Mint.
Not sure if Lee meant to comment out the word Command=
I'm a novice here, and don't know significance of the %u
With settings below, I've not been able to instantiate Firefox.
But Opera does come up, with error, and doesn't show the page.
I just seem annoyingly close to getting this working.
View --> Options --> Internet --> Main browser/Other browser
And in the same directory as where NoteTab is located, there is a file
called "Browers.dat". In it I have:
;Command=C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe -browser
Main Browser: Firefox %u
Other browser: Opera %u
My contents of Browsers.dat in Wine's
Opera encountered a problem during plug-in set-up.
Plug-ins will not work properly.
Check your installation.
Could not locate plug-in executable 'operapluginwrapper'
This executable is included in the install package.
... and ...
You tried to access the address z:/home/markh/Sec/Otl/test.html, which
is currently unavailable.
... and ...
The URL http://%u contains characters that are not valid in the location
they are found.