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    Default need help with okular for chm files

    Hello

    I am using Okular on KDE 3, opensuse 10.3. I have no problems with djvu or pdf files but while opening chm files I get the following error message. Please suggest.
    Could not start process Unable to create io-slave:
    klauncher said: Unknown protocol 'ms-its'.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: need help with okular for chm files

    I never used Okular to open chm files. The rendering was too ugly for me, so I can't help you in this problem. If you have KDE3 try out KchmViewer. It's available from the Main Repository (OSS).
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    ram88 NNTP User

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    I never used Okular to open chm files. The rendering was too ugly for
    me, so I can't help you in this problem. If you have KDE3 try out
    'KchmViewer' (http://www.kchmviewer.net/). It's available from the Main
    Repository (OSS).


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    Default Re: need help with okular for chm files

    ram88 wrote:
    > I never used Okular to open chm files. The rendering was too ugly for
    > me, so I can't help you in this problem. If you have KDE3 try out
    > 'KchmViewer' (http://www.kchmviewer.net/). It's available from the Main
    > Repository (OSS).
    >
    >

    I know about kchmviewer. I have used it before; was just trying Okular.

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    Cross_AM NNTP User

    Default Re: need help with okular for chm files

    ram88 wrote:
    > I never used Okular to open chm files. The rendering was too ugly for
    > me, so I can't help you in this problem. If you have KDE3 try out
    > 'KchmViewer' (http://www.kchmviewer.net/). It's available from the Main
    > Repository (OSS).
    >
    >

    I know about kchmviewer. I have used it before; was just trying Okular.

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