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Re: Survey: how do you view links in a external browser?
- From: jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 01:03:38 +0800
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>>>>> "LMI" == Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi@xxxxxxxx> writes:
(BLMI> jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
(B>> So what keys/actions do you use when you want to
(B>> 1. Browse internally?
(B>> 2. Browse externally?
(BLMI> I think this might be a slightly ill-defined way of looking at this. If
(BLMI> you're in an Emacs buffer, and you have an URL, then the question is:
(BLMI> What browser do you want to browse the URL with? "Internal" and
(BLMI> "external" aren't quite clear -- you may want to use emacs-w3m, or you
(BLMI> may want to use w3, shr, firefox, chrome, etc.
(BLMI> Some of these are obviously more "internal" than others.
(BLMI> So if browse-url were to provide the segmentation between internal and
(BLMI> external browsers (I don't think it does?), then the user could
(BLMI> customize this, and other packages (like shr) could provide keystrokes
(BLMI> and menus for this.
(BLMI> But this isn't a Gnus issue per se, so I think you should frame this as
(BLMI> a feature request to the Emacs people instead.
(BMaybe it is a emacs-w3m issue, as I think the rendering in gnus is done
(Bby it for me... no harm in me just CCing them...