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Re: Recognizing URL's in Mutt



On Tue, Nov 25, 2003 at 07:00:34AM -0500, Michael W. Cole wrote:
| I am using mutt with vim as the editor.  I have seen in the past where
| the url's on a line in xterm will be underlined when the mouse moves
| over it.  You could then double click the mouse and the web browser
| would open that url.  How, what, where can I look, do, read to
| understand how to implement this behavior in mutt, vim, xterm etc.

xterm?  No, I don't think xterm ever did that.  You were probably
using gnome-terminal before.  All graphical (re)actions are part of
the graphical program -- the terminal emulator, not the non-graphical
programs -- mutt, vim.

-D

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