From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux 2.2.19 i686; en-US; rv:0.9+) Gecko/20010522 BuildID: 2001052213 Hi, I am using XChat 1.4.3 on a Redhat 7.0/Ximian 1.0 box I used to be able to click on URL's inside Xchat and launch them in existing Mozilla windows. I can't seem to do this with Build 2001052213. I can only launch via a new window. I don't see this behaviour with Mozilla 0.9 or Netscape 4.76 Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Launch Xchat, go into a channel 2. Type a URL http://www.mozilla.org 3. Take your mouse and hover over the URL, right click. You'll get a menu. Click on Netscape (existing). 4. also, try clicking on Netscape (new Window) Actual Results: Clicking on Netscape (existing) does nothing Clicking on Netscape (new Window) launches a new window with the URL loaded Expected Results: Clicking on Netscape (existing) must switch existing page to the URL in XChat
See also bug 75138 which would make this a "pref". The current behavior should stay as a default.
related to bug 77160? (gnome integration)
If you look at the attached gif, you can see the handlers for Netscape. The mozilla one I added myself based on the NS ones. This clearly demonstrates a dependancy on 'mozilla -remote' working.
Reporter, can you please retest this now that bug 41527 has been fixed.
Works now with build 2001060521, marking this bug as resolved Thanks to all