Re: Help with Mozilla 1.5 in Gnome
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 14:53:49 -0700
Ed Murphy wrote:
> On Sun, 28 Sep 2003 03:12:31 -0500, Warren CHEN wrote:
>>Absolute Redhat Newbie. I recently upgrade Mozilla 1.2.1 to 1.5.
>>Everything is working fine except the follwoing 3 problems:
>>1. everytime I tried to open a 2nd window by clicking the quick launch
>>icon, a message tells me the "profile is already in use" and instruct me
>>to create a new profile;
> You need some sort of script to manage things. I have a script in
> /usr/bin/mozilla which eventually runs the binary at
> Someone else want to weigh in with more precise details?
Well if you look for documentation on the -remote option, then you can create a
launching script to do what you want and put it in the applet. here is something
I did to load a file into a new tab window.
if /opt/mozilla/mozilla -remote 'ping()'
# a browser is already running, send message to load the file
/opt/mozilla/mozilla -remote "openFile(file:$1,new-tab)"
# no browser running, start one with the file requested
/opt/mozilla/mozilla "file:$1" &
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