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Date:      Thu, 9 Aug 2007 13:52:32 -0700
From:      David Benfell <benfell@parts-unknown.org>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: What's the secret to gnome-terminal "open link?"
Message-ID:  <20070809205232.GB78798@parts-unknown.org>
In-Reply-To: <20070808172208.3da3d0aa@localhost>
References:  <20070808021222.GA29976@parts-unknown.org> <20070808172208.3da3d0aa@localhost>

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On Wed, 08 Aug 2007 17:22:08 +1000, Norberto Meijome wrote:
> On Tue, 7 Aug 2007 19:12:22 -0700
> David Benfell <benfell@parts-unknown.org> wrote:
>=20
> > I would really like the "open link" function to work under
> > gnome-terminal.  But I can't find any relevant configuration
> > and a Google search comes up empty.
>=20
> I dont use Gnome, but XFCE, and therefore Terminal instead of 'gnome-term=
inal'. The open link function works once you've defined what the default br=
owser is @ XFCE level (ie, within XFCE configuration ).=20
I had failed to find Terminal (as opposed to gnome-terminal) before.
But, sure enough, there it is in the ports collection if you only look
with a capital T.

The option to specify both web browsing and e-mail preferences appears
in the [Edit]/[Applications] dialog of Terminal.

Thanks, very much!


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David Benfell, LCP
benfell@parts-unknown.org
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