I also compiled Kaffeine from source, and when installing the "plugin", i=
t was just there. I don't know if I am using the correct terminology. I s=
et up Konqueror by going to the KDE Control Center -> File Associations, =
and set up Kaffeine to launch for a .wmv file. When clicking a link for a=
video, it launches Kaffeine, not in a seperate window, but it is embedde=
d inside Konqueror. This of course looks really sweet, I just wish it wou=
ld work on my system. I am still trying to get a backtrace, which I have =
had pop up occasionally, but no such luck yet.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tony Yu [mailto:u900002@...]
> Sent: Sunday, November 30, 2003 03:04 AM
> To: kaffeine-user@...
> Subject: [Kaffeine-user] konqueror plug-in in mandrake
> I am a mandrake9.2 user. I built kaffeine from source code, and it runs=
> But I am a little confused with the konqueror plug-in, which seems not =
> 'exist' in my system. I know some features of apps installed by source =
> will be lost, ex. the KDE control panel module for that app, for the un=
> KDE structure in mandrake. Is kaffeine the case, or the plug-in does ex=
> and just I don't set it properly yet? Should I reinstall kaffeine by rp=
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