Re: OT KDE KATE was: [Re: [EUREKA] Re: [Progress] Re: Reorganizing bookmarks - HOW?]
- Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2018 18:43:48 -0800
- From: NoOp <email@example.com>
- Subject: Re: OT KDE KATE was: [Re: [EUREKA] Re: [Progress] Re: Reorganizing bookmarks - HOW?]
On 01/03/2018 12:07 PM, NoOp wrote:
> On 01/02/2018 10:36 PM, Richard Owlett wrote:
>>>>> Sorry, forgot to mention - you can use kate instead of gedit export
>>>>> to html:
>>>> No need for the html.
>>>> The combination of
>>>> $ jq . bookmarks-2017-12-31.json > tmppretty.json
>>>> $ kate tmppretty.json
>>>> Then deleting excess spaces/tabs and newlines followed by saving to
>>>> bookmarks-2017-12-31.json solves all my problems. Or if
>>>> tmppretty.json is acceptable to SeaMonkey it will be simpler.
>>>> I'm using Debian Stretch results in some minor problems with kate:
>>>> 1. F1(help) launches SeaMonkey but displays nothing.
>>>> I did a full KDE install on a test machine and it works there.
>>>> Where is the help file located.
>>> F1 getst me to:
>> I eventually found that.
>> For those of us without unlimited data, I believe that it can be
>> downloaded as https://docs.kde.org/trunk5/en/applications/kate/kate.pdf
>> [I've downloaded but not yet read].
> Thanks for that. I found on:
> (I'm not a KDE guy & only use Kate on occassion.)
>>>> 2. Is there a traditional mailing list or USENET group for asking
>>>> questions? I find web based fora almost impossible.
>>> also on gmane.org (news.gmane.org):
>> Not really, gmane died about a year ago.
> Try this one instead:
>> My news server does not list comp.kde.devel.kate .
>> Where can I find it?
>> Is it appropriate list for new users?
>> Can someone verify my problem with the F1 key?
> F1 key works fine for me & links to:
> Set Firefox or similar as your default browser and see if it reacts the
>> If so, where to report?
> I suspect that it is related to your distro/SeaMonkey setup. I am using
> Ubuntu 16.04
> $ lsb_release -a
> LSB Version:
> Distributor ID: Ubuntu
> Description: Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS
> Release: 16.04
> Codename: xenial
> $ echo $GDMSESSION
> Again, try setting Firefox as your default browser & then see if you
> still get a blank browser window with F1.
If you are feeling adventurous, you could try with Atom:
It's pretty heavy memory/IO but looks to have a lot of nice features.
You can install the pretty-json package:
- open your bookmarks json file
- select all from the edit menu
- select Pretty JSON from the Packages menu
... give it a moment the the result is:
Don't ask me any more than that as I've just installed & haven't used
beyond the above.
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