samwwwblack at lapwing.org
Sun Oct 13 11:09:47 CEST 2013
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On 13/10/13 08:38, Hartmut Haase wrote:
> Hi Sam,
>> Thats annoying; in thunderbird's Preferences > Attachements > Incoming,
>> do you have anything set for HTTP/HTTPS?
> a friend of mine doesn't have that entries and doesn't know how to add it.
- From ;
- Navigate to "Edit --> Preferences --> Advanced" in the Thunderbird
menus and click on the "Config Editor" button.
- Search for the following three entries:
- Set the value of each of these three entries to true (you can do this
by double-clicking on each entry, then close the "about:config" window
and click "OK" on the "Thunderbird Preferences" window).
Having completed these steps, the next time you click on an http, https
or ftp link in Thunderbird, you will be presented with the "Launch
Application" window. Press the "Choose" button on this window to select
your browser of choice. This will add the required entry to the
mimeTypes.rdf file. This is a one-time task; having selected the browser
once, links of the same type will now always be opened with the selected
Ignore what that page says about changing
"network.protocol-handler.app.http", this doesn't seem to work any more.
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