Re: Result of entering 'v' within mutt -- hopefully not too OT
On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 08:42:01AM -0500, Kumar Appaiah wrote:
> > > a new Tab. Now a new Firefox Window is opened. I don't like that!
> > > Can I change that behaviour e.g. with a command in my .muttrc?
> > The above is what I posted to the mutt E-list. I got one
> > person who wrote, "yeah, I'd like to know that too"; but
> > otherwise nothing.
> > Maybe someone here knows something about configuring mutt?
> > Failing that, how easy is it to go back to an older version
> > of mutt? My mutt on etch always opened a new Tab. <sigh>
> You can check the command line with which firefox is called (from the
> mailcap, possibly?). Just change it to do:
> firefox -new-tab "$URL"
Dear Kumar Appaiah, can you be a little more specific?
I have looked at /etc/mailcap in my new squeeze, and also
at the mailcap in my backup of my etc etc. They seem to be
different files. I have greped "new-tab" in both and
it isn't to be found,
However, I greped mutt in /etc/mailcap, and I found the line
message/rfc822; mutt -Rf '%s'; edit=mutt -f '%s'; needsterminal
I don't dare monkey with this! unless I am granted permission
by Higher Authority(initials: K.A.)
Please straighten me out! TIA,
Alan the Timid
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