bastian at kde.org
Tue Jan 6 12:28:57 GMT 2004
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On Tue January 06 2004 01:12, George Staikos wrote:
> > Assuming that it's acrobat which is at fault here, I think the question
> > becomes:
> > Where is the correct place to work around this?
> Don't know if you can, really. Nspluginviewer is at the mercy of the
> plugins it finds. I see that in your case it's not acrobat, but plugger
> that triggered this. If you remove plugger it should be fine.
Add application/x-postscript to KDE's mimetypes with a "is-also"
KGhostview should then use KMimeType::is() to check its mimetypes,
We don't have a flag for "This mimetype is also known as XXX" yet, do we?
bastian at kde.org -=|[ KDE: K Desktop for the Enterprise ]|=- bastian at suse.com
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