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Old 10-23-2007, 12:25 PM   #1
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"OpenOffice.org could not find a web browser" but launches Firefox anyway


When I click on links in a document in OpenOffice.org Writer, Firefox opens them, but I also get this alert from Writer:
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OpenOffice.org could not find a web browser on your system. Please check your Desktop Preferences or install a web browser (for example, Mozilla) in the default location requested during the browser installation.
I would be checking my "Desktop Preferences" right now but I don't think IceWM gives me this. I do have the KDE Control Center (though not most of KDE) but it seems to be missing the "Component Chooser" under "KDE Components".
 
  


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