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Setting a preferred browser in Lotus Notes
Authored by: inik on Apr 11, '05 02:16:19PM

Well, turns out the script doesn't do anything. Just like the TextEdit trick, Script Editor just passes the URL along to an application that can use it.

However, it works, and I couldn't get an RTF document to do the same thing. So, now I have script editor open all of the time. How retarded is that?

Note is really an amazing piece of crap. I'm just stunned by it every time I use it.

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Authored by: geoffsaulnier on Jun 20, '05 03:47:33AM

SO, my wife finally allowed me to buy a PowerBook... I took it in to work to abuse the superfast LAN connection to download all the stuff I wanted and do all the software updates, etc. Whiles on the work LAN, I found that it plays quite nicely with our Windows/Unix world there - no surprises... One thing I can't figure out, though, is if it is possible to get to read our Lotus Notes mail served up by Domino... Has anyone done this? Note that I have no control over the mail server.

Also, as an aside, the Network bit of the Finder doesn't see any of our Windows servers, etc, and Go To Server can't seem to connect either. DOH!

Geoff Saulnier - Mac, *NIX, perl, hack!!

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