Thank you! I was not aware of the /home/username/.local/share/applications folder. I just took a look inside and that's precisely where all my duplicate entries are located.
You sir, have solved by problem. Your coveted Royston Lodge No-Prize is in the mail. ;-)
But, now that I think about it, I have a second question. What's the correct syntax for a default application where the options come after the file name?
For example, when I double-click on an Atari Lynx rom, I want it to launch Handy in scaled mode. The command line for that is "/usr/sbin/handy filename.lnx -2". How do I write the file in the /home/username/.local/share/applications folder so that the "-2" comes after the name of the rom?
I'm used to using Damn Small Linux and DFM where the syntax would be "/usr/sbin/handy %0% -2", where %0% is a wildcard for the filename.
Is there a similar wildcard in PCMan?
Last edited by roystonlodge; 11-24-2009 at 05:04 PM.