On this page you can find information about how to make Konversation open links in your favorite browser.
Konversation makes use of KDE's default browser setting to open links in a browser. See the System Settings/Default Applications page for details on how to set the KDE default web browser.
If for whichever reason KDE components is not available to you (for example when you're using a different window manager and would still like to use Konversation), it is possible to specify your favorite browser inside of Konversation. To do this:
For a full list of command parameters refer to:
Prior to version 36, Firefox and Mozilla use a remote control script that will send commands to an already existing process.
firefox -remote "openURL(%u,new-tab)"
firefox -remote "openURL(%u,new-window)"
Of course, if you use Mozilla instead of Firefox, you need to substitute firefox with mozilla in the above command.
See remote control of unix mozilla for more information.
On Firefox >= 36 -remote control was removed.
firefox -new-window %u