When setting the preferred web browser with libfm-pref-apps it adds an entry like
but it must add
*adds to ~/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list
You seem to have CSS turned off.
Please don't fill out this field.
This need some more discussion since it's possible that some browsers don't support https.
Hi Andriy. What do you mean?
First I don't know of a browser that doesn't support https and second if that entry is added and a browser doesn't support https it doesn't make any difference.
But the way it is now if we click on a https link it won't open necessarily the default browser, it will open the one that has x-scheme-handler/https in mimeinfo.cache (by default the first desktop file listed).
Ah ok, I see what you mean. Just don't remember now a browser that doesn't handle https.
Even dillo or elinks open those links.
This issue should be handled in 1.2.0-beta0 version of libfm. Test it, please, when it's possible for you.
Thank uou very much.