[sylpheed:30221] Re: Feature request: two different browsers.

Guillermo Ramhort gramhorst at fibertel.com.ar
Sun Oct 22 21:26:13 JST 2006

Regarding Keith suggestion, it worked out great. Now I have an HTML action that opens the message in a new browser tab, where I can see it with all the bells and whistles in case I needed so. But I would like to know to bind that action to a keystroke as he suggests, for example, Alt-H or simply 'H'.
Best regards, Guillermo.

On Sat, 21 Oct 2006 21:10:17 +0200
bojster <sylpheed at bojster.net> wrote:

> Keith Bates wrote:
> > You can assign key strokes to an action. For example I use H (for HTML)
> > to activate this action: opera -newpage -noraise %p  I'm not sure what
> > the equivalent is for firefox (try firefox --help)
> Thanks, I couldn't do it at first (the standard gtk way of doing this
> stopped working somewhere around gtk+2.8), but I just edited menurc and
> it works now. I did two separate entries, actually: one for opening the
> whole message (firefox %p) and one for opening the highlighted text as
> a link (firefox %s).
> > You don't have to highlight anything, just hover the mouse over the
> > link.
> No, it doesn't work that way (neither with %s nor with %p). That's why
> I would like this entry to appear in the context menu. Maybe I'll try
> to fiddle with the config files manually...

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