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Walt H


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PostPosted: Thu 01 Sep 2005, 00:41    Post subject: Re: snownews didn't work for me  

edoc wrote:
What happens if you change the default browser to Mozilla?

In my case, it still opens in Opera. This happens even if Mozilla is open and Opera is closed. Changing the default browser to Dillo works, although opening a headline leads to a bunch of text flashing by on the command line while the browser is opening the story. Too bad. I kind of like the idea of using Dillo as a dedicated headline reader. I wonder if changing to the newer version available as a dotpup would make any difference. Question

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Now that you point it out to me, the answer seems painfully obvious.
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