This answer came from Andrew Caines: and is very good
Thank You Andrew
It should be %s for a single file or %l for a list of files. %h usually
represents a host.
Since you're running Navigator on Solaris, you can also use the Acrobat
PDF plugin. Simply do the following:
1. Copy the plugin /opt/Acrobat4/Browsers/sparcsolaris/nppdf.so to the
netscape plugins directory, eg. /opt/Navigator/plugins/
2. Start Navigator, choose Edit | Preferences | Navigator | Application,
scroll down to "Portable Document Format", click "Edit", select the
"Plug In:" radio button which should have "nnpdf.so" as the only item
in the drop-down list.
3. Click "Ok" on both windows.
4. Enter "about:plugins" in the Location: text area. The page you see
should include something much like this:
File name: /usr/local/netscape/navigator/plugins/nppdf.so
Mime Type Description Suffixes Enabled
application/pdf Portable Document Format pdf Yes
In you summary to the list you may want to mention that the mime type is
and that the mailcap entry for using the Acrobat reader and the Navigator
application/pdf;acroread %s 2>/dev/null;x-mozilla-flags=plugin:nppdf.so
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