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Re: links won't open using icedove/wheezy

hi whit,

it's all there. read it.

Am 03.08.2012 00:31, schrieb Whit Hansell:
> On 08/02/2012 05:48 PM, chymian wrote:
>> hi whit,
>>>> Also, you mention in user_prefs, the line in pref.js
>>>> user_pref("network.protocol-handler.external.http", true);
>>>> Well, I don't have that specific line in my user_prefs.  Did you add the
>>>> line or just change the false to true?
>>> I probably inserted it on the way to fix the misbehaviour. and will
>>> check how ID behaves without it.
>>> maybe it's the cause for your momentary misbehaviour, maybe it's what
>>> you have to add to get it to work.
>>> definitively, it triggers the "add mailserver starttls" problem.
>> I removed the line completely, and icedove behaves as designed. no more
>> error with the starttls-problem, but still opening links in
>> x-www-browser correctly.
>> so, it was a leftover from a try on figuring out how to solve, which
>> caused the next error... :(
>> hope you have luck with the systemsettings.
>> cheers
>> günter
> Gunter, let me verify what your original problem was with icedove.  Were
> you unable to get to iceweasel when you clicked on a link  in icedove or
> were you able to get to iceweasel home page but not the actual link you
> were trying to open?  I appreciate your comments and want to get this
> darned thing fixed but need to know I'm working on the right thing.  I
> can get to iceweasel but I always get the home page.  I don't get the
> specific link I'm trying for.
> Oh, and I figued out why I did not see that actual line as mentioned.  I
> was looking at prefs.js from the command line using cat prefs.js.  When
> looking at the file in that manner all you get are those which have
> content and are marked "true" and I didn't find out how to change it
> until I went to the "config editor" button in preferences->Advanced->
> General->config editor.  So much fun.  :-)
> Regards and TIA
> Whit

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