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#1 2015-07-05 22:59:42

seppalta
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Places Pipemenu [Solved]

I configured it supposedly so that geany launches all text-type files, pcmanfm launches all folders and exo-open is suppose to launch everything else according to /home/me/.local/share/applications/mimeapps.list.  Everything works except vlc is not chosen to open music files (.flac, .mp3, .ogg, etc).  Instead there is a long delay, and then geany opens to nothing???  There is nothing in  mimeapps.list that attaches geany to any kind of audio file.   What can I do to fix this?

Last edited by seppalta (2015-07-06 20:05:15)

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#2 2015-07-05 23:08:41

damo
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Re: Places Pipemenu [Solved]

Have you tried r-clicking files in Thunar and Open With -> Open with Other Application -> Use as default ?

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#3 2015-07-06 00:08:15

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#4 2015-07-06 05:55:07

johnraff
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Re: Places Pipemenu [Solved]

open_file() {
    [ -x "$1" ] && exec "$text_editor" "$1"     # comment out this line if you don't want to edit executables instead of executing
    #[ -x "$1" ] && exec "x-terminal-emulator -e" "$1"     # uncomment this and comment out previous line to run executables in terminal instead of editing
    [ "${1##*.}" = desktop ] && exec "$text_editor" "$1"     # comment out this line if you don't want to edit .desktop files instead of executing
    exec "$default_open_cmd" "$1"     # use default open command if above conditions not satisfied
}

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#5 2015-07-06 20:03:34

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Re: Places Pipemenu [Solved]

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#6 2015-07-07 03:19:48

johnraff
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