Re: Problem with xdg-open

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On Wednesday, Mar 18th 2009 at 16:19 -0000, quoth Kevin Kofler:

=>Rex Dieter wrote:
=>> The answer is, in whatever environment you're in, how to set the default
=>> browser (ie, the default handler for text/html).
=>
=>Actually, it's more complicated than that:
=>* In KDE 3, the default browser was indeed the default handler for the file
=>type, usually text/html.
=>* In KDE 4, it defaults to that, but can be set separately under "Default
=>Components" in System Settings.
=>* In GNOME, there are separate "Preferred Applications" settings (like KDE
=>4's "Default Components"), the file associations are not used.
=>
=>        Kevin Kofler

That's what I was looking for. Thanks.

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