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Old 03-14-2004, 01:24 AM   #1
Registered: Dec 2003
Location: Raleigh, NC
Distribution: Fedora 8, RHEL 3,4,5, Ubuntu 8.04
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Removing an individual plgin association in Mozilla (not the entire plugin)

Basically I am wanting to remove the real player file association in mozilla with xine. Everytime i try to download an RPM file, it associates it as a Real file...thus opening Xine. I like Xine a lot and the file associations within mozilla (remove the Xine splash screen and it's very nicely built in with mozilla on my machine).

But I can see the exact file i need to change, but i need to know what to do! Is there a simple KDE setting i could change or do i need to change the file itself? Steps would be nice for me


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