a note about xfhelp4 for doc writers...

Joe Klemmer klemmerj at webtrek.com
Thu May 29 04:41:45 CEST 2003

On Wed, 2003-05-28 at 15:22, Matthew Weier OPhinney wrote:

> I've been wondering for a while why xfhelp4 defaults to mozilla, and
> then had the bright idea of looking at the xfhelp4 executable... a
> simple shell script... which grabs the BROWSER environment variable, and
> defaults to mozilla if it isn't set. 
> So, the note I would make is that if a user wishes to use a different
> browser with xfhelp4, they should export the BROWSER variable with the
> appropriate executable from within their shells rc file or within the
> .xinitrc/.xsession file that starts xfwm/ce4.
> If this could see its way into the documentation (along with an
> example), I could see this being greatly appreciated by others. I'd be
> willing to provide the example and write up the text, if necessary.

	This is how xfhelp works in xfce3 as well.  I have BROWSER=dillo in my
rc file.  I must say that dillo makes an incredible html document

Paradise; can it be all I heard it was?
I close my eyes and maybe I'm already there.

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