how to send a link to another browser?
Posted by: stin
Date: February 23, 2009 01:03PM

by right click on a link,now I can send a link to IE,how can I modify this or add a new browser?

Re: how to send a link to another browser?
Posted by: guenter
Date: February 23, 2009 03:04PM

Quote
stin
by right click on a link,now I can send a link to IE,how can I modify this or add a new browser?

Examples with code that send a link to other browsers are @ the K-Meleon extensions site.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02/23/2009 03:05PM by guenter.

Re: how to send a link to another browser?
Posted by: desga2
Date: February 23, 2009 07:36PM

Exist extension by Alain to open in:
Firefox
Flock
Netscape
Opera
Seamonkey

K-Meleon in Spanish

Re: how to send a link to another browser?
Posted by: stin
Date: February 24, 2009 02:46PM

thx
I'v installed extension firefox,but kmeleon can only send page to firefox,
send link to firefox dosn't work.
I have added firefox.exe path to firefox.kmm,like this:
$_Firefox_Path="\"C:\\Program Files\\Mozilla Firefox\\firefox.exe\" %1"
installed opera extension have same problem.
send page or link to IE works well,
maybe something wrong I did?
my firefox is setup version,kmeleon is portable version.

Re: how to send a link to another browser?
Posted by: disrupted
Date: February 25, 2009 11:43AM

there's a slight error in sendlink in the macro.. using old macro language

open your macros folder and look for firefox.kmm

open firefox.kmm in notepad or any text editor
you should find this part:

exec(sub("%1",$LINKURL,$_Firefox_CommandLine));

replace $LINKURL to $LinkURL

so the string becomes:
exec(sub("%1",$LinkURL,$_Firefox_CommandLine));

alternatively, you can download this fixed macro(rightclick-save target as)
http://necb.bizhat.com/kmeleon/firefox.kmm
save in your kmeleon\macros folder to replace the older firefox.kmm

Re: how to send a link to another browser?
Posted by: stin
Date: February 25, 2009 03:51PM

it works,thank u very much.

Quote
disrupted
there's a slight error in sendlink in the macro.. using old macro language

open your macros folder and look for firefox.kmm

open firefox.kmm in notepad or any text editor
you should find this part:

exec(sub("%1",$LINKURL,$_Firefox_CommandLine));

replace $LINKURL to $LinkURL

so the string becomes:
exec(sub("%1",$LinkURL,$_Firefox_CommandLine));

alternatively, you can download this fixed macro(rightclick-save target as)
http://necb.bizhat.com/kmeleon/firefox.kmm
save in your kmeleon\macros folder to replace the older firefox.kmm


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