And of course, links -g opens the graphical browser.
It had no menu or icon before, but I added one in now, so all should be well.
I have been launching Links from a JWM menu entry since TC3.3 but had forgotten that I had created the .desktop file to do so. Consequently, the -g switch was overlooked when testing the scm.
The addition of the menu entry to the scm is welcome and working OK.
Since TC3.3 I have been using Links together with gnome-mplayer and now have the equivalent scm version running OK. There is one minor difference between them.
In the tcz version
Links and gnome-mplayer are listed in tcz OnBoot
i.e. there is no need to specify the full path to the app
In the scm version
Links and gnome-mplayer are listed in scm OnBoot
i.e. the full path to the app is needed
Is it likely to be a general case that when an scm refers to a further scm that the full path will be needed?