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How could I change default programs for things to open in when either clicked on in Konqueror(both file managing and web broowsing) or when you download a file and Firefox promtps you what to open with? For example, instead of media opening in xanim, they would open in Kaffeine and pictures would open by default in Gwenview
Also, is there any cleaning programs like CCleaner for 9.3?
Distribution: Xubuntu 9.10, Gentoo 2.6.27 (AMD64), Darwin 9.0.0 (arm)
you shouldn't have to know the path just the command to launch it like
is what I like for reading pdf files if you don't know the command but you can find it in your kmenu right click the kmenu -> menu editor. you can get the commands for anything on your menu from there.
So basically, when I get prompted what to open a file with, I just click "Other" and instead of finding the full path to the app, I just type in the command for it. For example, instead of typing /opt/kde3/bin/kaffeine, I just type kaffeine %U ?
Ok, clicked the MPG clip, the Firefox download dialog box opens. Then I choose "Open With", then "other" to get kaffeine. I type in the command in several directories and it woulndt find it. When I replaced the command with the path, it worked flawlessly.
But with that comes another problem. The sound won't work when I play some clips on most sites I try with kaffeine