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Re: Switch to Sarge lost browser link in Mutt

scripsit Arnt Karlsen:
> On Mon, 1 Dec 2003 13:08:20 -0700, 
> Thanasis Kinias <tkinias@asu.edu> wrote in message 
> <[🔎] 20031201200812.GA17534@asu.edu>:
> > scripsit Paul E Condon:
> > 
> > > I run Mutt in a Multi-Gnome-Terminal window. When I use the mouse to
> > > pass the cursor over a URL in the email text, that URL is magically
> > > underlined. Then, what used to happen before the upgrade, when I
> > > press ctrl and left-click, the browser opens with the URL in the
> > > browser's URL address window. It probably is not Mutt that
> > > implements this feature. More likely it is the terminal window, or
> > > the terminal window running under Gnome.  
> > 
> > This is gnome-terminal's doing, whether running under Gnome or not. 
> > It will also do this, for example, on apt-get update's output, or any
> > other text put to the screen.
> ..sure this is not /bin/bash at work? 

Quite ;)

I normally use uxterm, so the first time I did an apt-get update in a
gnome-terminal I was surprised by the URL hyperlinking and made note of

On the terminal question (drifting slightly off topic here), is there
any xterm-style terminal emulator that does (pseudo)transparency _and_
unicode?  Gnome-terminal is a bitt heavyweight for me, but
aterm/eterm/rxvt all seem to choke on unicode, making them useless for

Pax vobiscum; pax cum omnibus.

Thanasis Kinias
tkinias at asu.edu
Doctoral Student, Department of History
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A.

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