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06 Apr 2002 18:24:48 +0800
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.1
>>>>> "GM" == Glenn Morris <address@hidden> writes:
GM> (setq browse-url-netscape-program "mozilla")
GM> do what you want?
Oh, I didn't notice that underneath
(process (apply 'start-process
(concat "netscape " url) nil
which made me think that netscape was hardwired... plus I don't think
browse-url-netscape-program was mentioned enough where is might have
been mentioned... or maybe one wouldn't look for the ability to use
browser 1 via browser 2's command...
GM> Perhaps this variable has a somewhat confusing name. The
GM> commentary in browse-url.el explains it refers to browsers that have the
GM> same type of command syntax as Netscape. I use it with Galeon myself.
Hmmm, should modern me be using Galeon or Mozilla? Is it like one is
more free than the other, but the other is the only one that works on
accounts.corporate_towers.com style websites?
Wait. I use Chinese all day. Is Galeon ready for Chinese? Sorry to
ask here via piggyback.
By the way, I've got it so browse-url-of-buffer causes mozilla to
browse the file I want, however the I must still manually select the