File Associations all duplicated
phemmel at wanadoo.fr
Sun Dec 22 15:43:07 GMT 2002
Maybe your configuration files are all duplicated : in the kde global
directory (/usr/share/applnk for me) and in your local directory
($HOME/.kde/share/applnk for me). And maybe you don't need all these
files to be in your local directory, if they contain the same
information than the global ones.
Try to delete (or move) some of them. Take care that they can contain
your application preference order for some mimetypes (which application
has to be used at first to open a mimetype).
Le sam 21/12/2002 à 17:42, Steven King a écrit :
> In File Associations, my file associations are showing twice each.
> When I go into File Associations, I get the usual list of "all",
> "application", "audio", etc etc. When I click the "+" sign by any of these, I
> get the list of file associations - but they are all duplicated. For example,
> under "audio", the list says:
> If I change one of the pair, the change affects the other half of the pair
> too, though only if I quit File Associations and go back in.
> Can someone tell me what is going on, please? It might help if I knew where
> File Associations keeps its associations information.
> I am running KDE 3.0.0. This was an upgrade from KDE 2.x, and I think it is
> about the time of the upgrade that this started to happen. SuSE 7.3, in case
> that's relevant.
> Thanks for any help
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