Help and default browser (XFCE4)
Lane P. Lester
llester at simpub.com
Thu Jul 31 18:44:05 CEST 2003
"Peter Milne" <peter at milneweb.com> wrote:
> Lane P. Lester said:
> > "Peter Milne" <peter at milneweb.com> wrote:
> >> No, that didnt work. Let me clear this up a little. If I click
> >the> manual icon down in the task bar, it tried to open Mozilla.
> > Oh, just put the path to your browser of choice in the Properties.
> What, where and how? I have no options to put a path for anything,
> unless I am looking in the wrong place.
I'm sorry I wasn't more clear. Right click on the browser icon in the
(the panel has the things you want to run; the taskbar has the things
you're already running). Click on "Properties..." In the dialogue that
pops up, edit the Command field to contain the path to your browser
of choice. Change the Tooltip field to the name of your browser. And if
you're feeling more adventurous, you can set Icon to "Other Icon" and
browse to the right icon for your browser. Then click "Done" and you
Lane P. Lester / Madison County, Georgia
**Running Linux more and Windows less**
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