Firebird Question

Discussion in 'Firefox' started by Jay, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. Jay

    Jay Guest

    Does anyone know if it is possible, within Firebird, to "send page" or
    "send link"?
    Jay, Jul 21, 2003
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  2. Jay

    Jacob Riis Guest

    "Jay" <> skrev i en meddelelse
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    > Does anyone know if it is possible, within Firebird, to "send page" or
    > "send link"?


    They are working on it. Look here for more info
    http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=173954 It is scheduled for
    Mozilla Firebird 0.7

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    Jacob
    Jacob Riis, Jul 21, 2003
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  3. Jay

    Hank Browne Guest

    Jay wrote:
    > Does anyone know if it is possible, within Firebird, to "send page" or
    > "send link"?


    First you should know that you must download "Thunderbird" for your
    email client. When composing email, there is "Insert" on the toolbar.
    Click on this, then click "Link." You can then use a one word (or more)
    name for the link when you copy the link into the second dialog box.
    Hank.
    Hank Browne, Feb 15, 2005
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  4. Jay

    Moz Champion Guest

    Hank Browne wrote:

    > Jay wrote:
    >
    >> Does anyone know if it is possible, within Firebird, to "send page" or
    >> "send link"?

    >
    >
    > First you should know that you must download "Thunderbird" for your
    > email client. When composing email, there is "Insert" on the toolbar.
    > Click on this, then click "Link." You can then use a one word (or more)
    > name for the link when you copy the link into the second dialog box.
    > Hank.


    Um, not quite.

    Firefox, as a browser doesnt send mail, but it allows you to choose what
    mail program you wish. You can use almost any email program you want to,
    thats the advantage of the Firefox modular design.

    Optionally you can download and use the WebMailCompose extension, which
    gives you Send Link Send Page items

    To send a link (even without the extension) simply copy the link and
    paste it into your email message.

    Firefox currently has no means of ascertaining if your email program of
    choice is Send Page capable.

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  5. Jay

    Drude Guest

    In article <jQhQd.40535$>,
    says...
    > Hank Browne wrote:
    >
    > > Jay wrote:
    > >
    > >> Does anyone know if it is possible, within Firebird, to "send page" or
    > >> "send link"?

    > >
    > >
    > > First you should know that you must download "Thunderbird" for your
    > > email client. When composing email, there is "Insert" on the toolbar.
    > > Click on this, then click "Link." You can then use a one word (or more)
    > > name for the link when you copy the link into the second dialog box.
    > > Hank.

    >
    > Um, not quite.
    >
    > Firefox, as a browser doesnt send mail, but it allows you to choose what
    > mail program you wish. You can use almost any email program you want to,
    > thats the advantage of the Firefox modular design.
    >
    > Optionally you can download and use the WebMailCompose extension, which
    > gives you Send Link Send Page items
    >
    > To send a link (even without the extension) simply copy the link and
    > paste it into your email message.
    >
    > Firefox currently has no means of ascertaining if your email program of
    > choice is Send Page capable.
    >
    >

    Um, not quite again...

    Actually, FireFox has a 'send link' option right under 'File' on the
    menu, or you can, alternately, right-click anywhere on the page and
    select 'Send Link' and it will open whatever Email App you have selected
    as your default.

    No, you can't 'Send Page', but, honestly, it's usually not really smart
    to send an entire webpage to someone via email anyway...lots of java and
    flash and such...

    But sending a link takes one press of a button.

    Drude
    Drude, Feb 16, 2005
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