wadesmart
20081111 1404 GMT-5

Opera is my browser of choice right now and it is selected as so under Preferred Applications on Ubutnu 8.04 but when I click on a link in TB it opens Firefox. I cant see how to changed this.

Wade
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jostber
Close PB, and then try to change these lines in this file:

~/PersonalBrain/res/DefaultUnixCommands.properties

In the lines that starts with htm= and html= , change the order of firefox and opera. Restart PB and try to click a url.



TheBrain 8.0.2.2 Slackware 14.2 KDE 4.10.3 Java 1.8 / (Windows 7)
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wadesmart
Ah, thanks for that. If getting the rest of whats wrong with PB on linux were so easy

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m00nk
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Close PB, and then try to change these lines in this file:

~/PersonalBrain/res/DefaultUnixCommands.properties


This file is absent in PB5. How I can change the default browser in PB5 ?
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jostber
m00nk wrote:
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Close PB, and then try to change these lines in this file:

~/PersonalBrain/res/DefaultUnixCommands.properties


This file is absent in PB5. How I can change the default browser in PB5 ?


What do you get when you run this command in a terminal?

ls ~/PersonalBrain/res/D*


TheBrain 8.0.2.2 Slackware 14.2 KDE 4.10.3 Java 1.8 / (Windows 7)
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m00nk

Here is a screenshot of a part of my home folder. It contain the hidden folder .PersonalBrain, but it don't have a "normal" folder PersonalBrain. 

In any case, the sub-folder "res" with the file "DefaultUnixCommands.properties" is absent.

System: Ubuntu 10.04, PB 5.5.2.4

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jostber
I guess you must have installed Personal Brain to somewhere else than ~. Try to reinstall PersonalBrain and select "/home/username/" when asked in the installer.

 
TheBrain 8.0.2.2 Slackware 14.2 KDE 4.10.3 Java 1.8 / (Windows 7)
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m00nk

I have installed PB in /opt/PersonalBrain/, but the /opt/PersonalBrain/res folder contain only one .properties file: converter.properties

I don't want install PB (or any other soft) into my home folder because I think it's bad for security.

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jostber
Try to put the attached file in your "res" folder and see if that works.



TheBrain 8.0.2.2 Slackware 14.2 KDE 4.10.3 Java 1.8 / (Windows 7)
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m00nk
Yes, it's works. Thanks.
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