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Latest revision as of 17:52, 7 April 2011

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Klipper can do a search for a highlighted phone no. in telephone books. You can also highlight a phone number in a arbitrary application, e.g. on a web site.

Select search action

How is it done?

Klipper offers "actions" for it.

As precondition Klipper needs to be active and must be visible as a tray icon in the panel.

Call up the Settings dialog and add action:

Regular expression for action:

^[\s]*[0+][\d]{2,2}[-/\d\s]{4,16}[\s]*

Now you need to add two commands for added action:

Command 1 (all on one line):

kfmclient openURL "http://www.dastelefonbuch.de/?pid=OpenSearch&cmd=search&kw=%s&le=de"
Description for command 1:
Phonebook search, Konqueror

Command 2 (all on one line):

ps x|grep -q '[f]irefox' && firefox -remote openURL\("http://www.dastelefonbuch.de/?pid=OpenSearch&cmd=search&kw=%s&le=de", new-window\) || firefox "http://www.dastelefonbuch.de/?pid=OpenSearch&cmd=search&kw=%s&le=de"
Description for command 2:
Phonebook search, Firefox

After that it should look like this:

Klipper actions

After highlighting a phone number on a web site a small window appears and you will be prompted to select an action. See screenshot at beginning of page.


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