How can I deal with file association in different application(not in Nautilus)?
Maybe i do not recognize the system. Updated to (re-installed) Ubuntu 11.04.
Exists any kind of means the applications can make use of something that i embeded in nautilus, or it is simply an incorrect suggestion concerning the use?
In nautilus the file association functions wonderful, very easy, convenient and more
My first trouble was when mounted chromium. Downloaded and install a documents, a popup request for assocation, set nautilus. And also it just opens up folder, for any kind of documents show a mistake: it is not a direcrory. Ok, so i assumed Google chrome transformed, due to the fact that previously.pdf open acrobat,. gush open vuze and more. Today i need to open nautilus on download folder with it, than select and also open the better application by manually and also can not make use of any kind of automatism i made use of to.
After that in gnome leader, it not adhered to the default organization i embeded in nautilus. Ok possibly it is leader mistake. utilize it is very own.
After that in quality, the "read" usage once more this default "can't open its not a directory" mistake
So it is appears to me the applications not making use of well this documents organizations or i actually do not recognize the purpose of documents organizations system (comedian,. desktop computer documents,
If there is no remedy i assume i need to look some program (if any kind of exist's) which can recognize and also release application and also set as default rather nautilus.
Remove or comment out (by including " #" before the line)
x - system - handler/file = exo - documents - manager.desktop
from this file:
. local/share/applications/ mimeapps.list
You need to modify the
.desktop documents from that application and also add the comedian type
as an example (the instances listed below are from an application that i needed to repair myself)
[Desktop Entry] Encoding=UTF-8 Name=Guitar Pro 6 Comment=Tablature Edition Software Exec=GuitarPro6 %u Terminal=false X-MultipleArgs=false Type=Application Icon=GuitarPro6.png Categories=Application;AudioVideo; MimeType=audio/x-gtp;
The last line from the instance reveals the organization.
If you intend to create a new mimetype you need to do this:
Create a new documents at
as an example
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <mime-info xmlns="http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/shared-mime-info"> <mime-type type="audio/x-gtp"> <comment>Guitar Pro tab</comment> <glob pattern="*.gpx"/> <glob pattern="*.gp3"/> <glob pattern="*.gp4"/> <glob pattern="*.gp5"/> </mime-type> </mime-info>
After you create the documents simply run
sudo update-mime-database /usr/share/mime/