Re: [greenstone-users] Associating Links

From Michael Dewsnip
DateWed, 29 Sep 2004 16:46:44 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Associating Links
In-Reply-To (1096416988-2828-1-camel-localhost-localdomain)
Hi Jim,

I assume you are using the Greenstone Librarian Interface? Try going to
File -> Preferences and changing the Mode to Expert, then re-configuring
your HTMLPlug. The "-assoc_files" option should appear now.

We added the Mode option to the GLI when we noticed that many novice users
at workshops were confused and distracted by some of the complex options.
Anything involving regular expressions (like the "-assoc_files" option) is
only visible in the higher modes.

All the best,

Michael

Jim Elmborg wrote:

> In earlier versions of Greenstone, I had to configure the HTML plugin to
> associate non-standard links to activate them. As I recall, this was
> done by activating the assoc_files option.
>
> In the new Greenstone, this option is gone. Can you tell me how to
> include an M3u or mov file in the import directory and link to it so the
> link is active? Currently the build kills the links.
>
> Hope this is clear....
>
> Thanks,
> Jim Elmborg
>
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