I've finally gotten around to downloading the new Mozilla Firebird browser and started to play with it. A small problem I've run into (which other Radio users have run into as well) is getting Radio to use the Mozilla Firebird browser and load the Desktop Website in it on Radio startup.
There are actually three separate issues that prevent Radio from performing this seemingly simple task. This post is the introduction to a three part series which explores some of the ways each of these issues can be addressed.
These posts will be mostly of interest to Windows users, but there is some information that may be applicable to other operating systems.
Parts in the series:
Part 1 - Radio uses the default application to open ".htm" files
Part 2 - Radio does not parse the Mozilla Firebird command line correctly.
Part 3 - Radio does not use the correct DDE name to "talk" to Mozilla Firebird.
Continue to Part 1.....