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Re: Thanks to All (Was: MUA & Yahoo)

Patrick Bartek:
> Siard:
> > Patrick Bartek:
> > > Frank McCormick:
> > > >     Sylpheed simply strips all the extraneous codes out and
> > > > displays HTML as text. As far as I know there are no plugins which
> > > > would help it to display HTML as they are supposed to be rendered.
> > > > CLAWS which is a Sylpheed spinoff does have ways to display HTML
> > > > and is a drop-in replacement for Sylpheed. I tried it recently but
> > > > found the documentation lacking in clarity. I ended up switching
> > > > to Thunderbird.
> > > 
> > > Yes, it strips the code, shows the plain text, plus, all the image
> > > links. All of it in no particular order.  There's got to be a better
> > > option.  I'll let the list know, if I find one.
> > 
> > Wait a minute. In Sylpheed, html messages can be viewed with an
> > external browser. (Right click > Open...)
> An "Open" option is not available.  And I can't find any such option in
> any of the menus either.

Click the 'attachment list view' button that appears in every message
containing html.  I'll show it here, it's at the right red arrow:
Then right-click the html part (left red arrow) to 'Open' or 'Open with...'

> > This works so well that there has never been a need for an internal
> > html viewer.
> > The browser you prefer can be set in Configuration > Common
> > preferences > Details > tab External commands.
> > I have 'Web browser' set to   opera '%s' .
> I have mine set to google chrome '%s'.  I also tried chrome '%s'.  No
> joy.    Of course, I'm configuring as I learn how to use Sylpheed.  So,
> that could be part of the problem.

Check whether you can open chrome + url from the command line like this:
$ chrome www.google.com
If this works, then  chrome '%s'  should work with the 'Open' menu option
mentioned above.

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