Actually, I DID follow your instructions for the Opera install including the permission instructions, and the html files are already associated with Opera, it's just the darn email links that pop up in Netfront! Thanks for those great instructions. Worked like a charm.
Yes, it's the original Sharp email package on the c1000. I'm not sure I can tell what form the links are in...they just appear in a bright blue font.
I also managed to open the opera.desktop and netfront3.desktop files on my Windows computer and they both contained MimeType=text/html
so I deleted the reference in netfront3.desktop and rebooted and still no joy.
It has to be a setting in the Sharp email utility itself that calls up Netfront. I wonder if it's in the .conf file or something. I'll check it out tomorrow and compare files of the email utility on the c1000 to the files on my sl5500.
I'm running out of steam for today...have installed JustReader, Zsafe, ZUC, Qtopia Alarm, Clipboard (need a bigger icon in the tray for that), Zeecookbook, Zbedic with tons of dictionaries, IQNotes, the beautiful screensavers from Screensavers
, a new bootup screen with a picture of my daughter.....and many other ipks which I have now forgotten. :-)
Fooled with Kismet for hours and could not get an install to work even though I have it working on both my 5500's. That's something for another day also.
I tried your method of installing video and the last package install - kino2 failed with that "Sorry something went wrong" message, but I really don't need to install the mplayer anyway since the built in player plays my mpeg videos and I have an Archos AV420 to play all the large videos I want (20 GB drive).
Thanks for trying to help. :-)
QUOTE(Cresho @ Dec 16 2005, 09:06 PM)
you should of tried my way if installing opera. It fixes all kinds of problems and corrects permissions. also, makes it the default application for opening html files.http://www.oesf.org/forums/index.php?showt...=15584&hl=opera
if you are still having file association problems, then ill post on how to fix it too.
...hmmmm list the type of file extension the mail is reffering too.. another thing, are you using the build in mail applications from sharp?