firefox - popupwindow

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    firefox - popupwindow

    hi all
    i donno whether it is possible or not ..
    simply am sharing my querry with you..

    is there any way to add firefox web browser to popupwindow...
    means, when we right click on the desktop, one popup window will come in this we have to add web browser..

    please help me

    thank you in advance

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    Probably. But you mean a popup menu. And how you do it depends on the window manager you use.
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    can anybudy know this solution
    please help me

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    I suppose somebody could know the solution, if you provided details, what window manager & DE do you use? KDE, Gnome, xfce, something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacs7 View Post
    I suppose somebody could know the solution, if you provided details, what window manager & DE do you use? KDE, Gnome, xfce, something else?
    at present am in gnome ..
    i would like to use it in kde and gnome

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    Well this is a 'Questions specific to linux programming' forum, your question isn't related to programming at all.

    You can probably do it using the gnome-config tool,
    Code:
    $ gconf-editor

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacs7 View Post
    Well this is a 'Questions specific to linux programming' forum, your question isn't related to programming at all.

    You can probably do it using the gnome-config tool,
    Code:
    $ gconf-editor
    bash: gconf-editor: command not found

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    yes i did like this..
    i installed nautilus-actions
    and
    system->preferences->nautilus-actions-configuration
    in this i added firefox...
    it working fine..

    now, my question is the above actions will save in a file in tha machine ..
    can you please tell me
    where it is saving( the path of the nautilus-actions firefox file).

    please help me

    thank you in advance

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