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Description of problem:
When selecting help in Gnome, nautilus does not renter the HTML. The raw HTML
code is displayed in the help window.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start X using Gnome
2. Click on the help icon on the panel
Actual Results: Raw HTML code is displayed in the Nautilus window
Expected Results: Rendered HTML file should be displayed.
The current plan is that Nautilus help is going to die at some point before
Hampton is released, in favor of the standalone GNOME 2 help browser.
What's the plan for this now in light of sticking with gtk1?
Hmm. This is a problem. I guess we need to go back to using nautilus as a help
browser again. havoc, did we pull in the new nautilus that has all the doc stuff
I have the new Nautilus but I reverted all the help stuff to the 1.0.4 version.
Works OK for me with Nautilus 1.0.6-6 and mozilla 0.9.8, I think mozilla 0.9.9
is causing problems but that's a separate issue.