[clug-talk] Firefox UI Error ?
linux at benneb.ca
Sat Jun 23 17:16:53 PDT 2007
All user settings are in bold type. So the one you are looking for should have
a status of "user set". You can click on the column names to sort that
particular column ascending/descending. I'm guessing you should look for a
preference called "network.protocol-handler.app.???" or something to that
If all else fails, you can just delete your .mozilla directory and allow a new
default firefox to set up. If you still have the problem after this, check
the default settings in /etc.
On Saturday 23 June 2007 17:57, bogi wrote:
> After hours of searching here, i could not find the setting to reset, to
> back the original setting. Any one know ?? the correct selector to do this ?
> On June 23, 2007 16:32, Neil Bower wrote:
> > I can't remember how to change the settings (until I read the Linux
> > article), but if you type "about:config" in the browser, it will bring up
> > the current configurations for your browser. This window is where you can
> > modify, delete, or add Preferences. Right clicking on a setting will bring
> > up some options for modifying a Preference.
> > Check out this article:
> > http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/8004
> > Hope this helps.
> > Neil B.
> > On Saturday 23 June 2007 10:35, bogi wrote:
> > > When one clicks on a Link file, like a .torrent or a .mp3 or .ogg for
> > example,
> > > a small dialog shows up. There is a checkbox saying to the effect of
> > > automatically do this and never ask again. This is useful when you get
> > > right, but if you change your mind, of your software, and want to use a
> > > different application to handle the filetype, or, if you set it to save,
> > > and now want to open it with a different application, well, i spent the
> > > night trying.
> > >
> > > Any good suggestions ?
> > >
> > > This is Firefox 2 ...
> > >
> > > Cheers
> > > Szemir
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