[Sugar-devel] Widget to show a notification message with a link
gus.duarte at gmail.com
Thu Dec 11 07:56:35 EST 2014
My mistake, i missed write down the line added on
I added exactly this line:
However after that, links were still opened with Firefox, I agree with you,
tat should be work, but i don't know why.
Any way, I found a workaround, adding the settings of
~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list on sugar-session. For the right
setting when sugar is starting.
And also added a script on /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf to setting the right
ones for Gnome, when it is starting.
On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 8:10 PM, Jerry Vonau <me at jvonau.ca> wrote:
> > On December 9, 2014 at 6:59 AM Gustavo Duarte <gus.duarte at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > I checked this file, and there are these entries, already, as is showed
> > bellow.
> > text/html org.laptop.WebActivity
> > application/xhtml+xml org.laptop.WebActivity
> > application/xml org.laptop.WebActivity
> > However, it doesn't work, Firefox is opened when I click on a link of
> > notification message.
> Note that x-scheme-handler/http is not present, did you try adding:
> x-scheme-handler/http org.laptop.WebActivity
> to mime-defaults?
> The result *should be* the same as changing the default with xdg-mime but
> just for the sugar processes, that is your goal correct?
> > May be this behaviour could be, due
> > 1) Sugar is running in Ubuntu.
> > 2) Only happens on links inside notification messages, no other way to
> > test open a link comes on my mind, at this moment.
> > I'll try on Sugar running on XO/Fedora
> From Sebastian reply,
> xdg-open http://sugarlabs.org/
> Prior to adding the above line the webpage would not load at all(closes
> terminal). This appears to work with the altered mime-defaults as above on
> XO's here but it doesn't look like the browse activity, more
> like epiphany.
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