On 7 March 2011 11:59, Boyd Stephen Smith Jr. <email@example.com>
On 2011-03-07 08:00:16 Cassiano Leal wrote:
>It began a few weeks ago, but now clicking links on any KDE app (Chokoq,
>Kmail, ...) is a pain. Instead of simply passing the link URL to the
>browser, KDE is downloading the webpage and opening the temporary file --
>e.g. /var/tmp/kdecache-cassiano/krun/13052.0.~PNgiz .
Because of this, KDE may be preferring passing the temporary file to the
application more often. Using the "in the following browser" option instead
may force KDE to not load the URL itself and simply fork/exec the chosen
Based on what you said, I went on to testing these configurations. The option to open based on the contents opens Konqueror (at least for webpages) and passes the URL to it.
The "in the followin browser" option seems to work fine too, and allows me to choose the browser I want -- with one exception, which is the one I had been using: Firefox nightly builds. Tried chromium, arora, konqueror and iceweasel and all work fine.
I switching back to Iceweasel (usually my default browser, but since the FF4 nightlies began to stabilise I had changed to them).
Thanks for you input -- it was helpful.
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