On 02/16/16 18:16, Reindl Harald wrote:
Am 17.02.2016 um 01:12 schrieb g:
> On 02/15/16 03:11, Reindl Harald wrote:
>> Am 15.02.2016 um 01:50 schrieb g:
> <<>> On 02/14/16 17:34, Reindl Harald wrote:
>>>> how about provide some details?
>>>> does it affect other browsers too?
>>>> how did you set it?
>>>> thunderbird -> settings -> extended -> system-integration works
>>> where did you get your thunderbird 35.8.0?
>> where you did get yours but i am not willing to change my system
>> language to english just for perfectly show the way to basic settings i
>> know for at least 10 years that they exist and so find them if needed
> my 35.8.0 release is from rpm package provided my distribution.
> for you to use a release of firefox that is in you native language, you
> have to pull it from mozilla site because distribution does not release
> rpms of various languages. at least not that i am aware of
[harry@srv-rhsoft:~]$ rpm -q firefox
[harry@srv-rhsoft:~]$ rpm -q --filesbypkg firefox | grep langpack
not really nonsense, as there is a page at mozilla.org
that has thunderbird
releases for various languages that can be installed in linux.
stating such was due to a combination of a "chemo brain" and having never
had to to change language via "pref.js", "user.js" or
"user.js" or "about:config" being safest and recommend.
> with my thunderbird 35.8.0, to set thunderbird as default email
> via menu bar, sequence is;
> Edit > Preferences > Advanced > General
> half way down in bold type;
> System Integration
> [ ] Always check to see <snip-snip> [Check Now]
> clicking [Check Now] button opens a "System Integration" window with
> preset selection shown.
i still contend that sequence that you posted is confusing and i am still
at a loss as to how changing langpack will change sequence and wording of
how to set default email client.
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...oh, wait. He does. THAT explains it!
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