Evolution Attachments - File Type Associations
thomasz at hostmaster.org
Wed Sep 8 21:56:47 UTC 2004
On Mit, 2004-09-08 at 10:49 -0400, David Malcolm wrote:
> It uses the gnome-vfs2 package.
Thanks, I had expected it to use good old .mailcap ;-)
> You should be able to see mime-type associations by rightclicking on a
> saved ogg file in Nautilus, selecting Properties, and looking at the
> "Open With" tab.
Is there no other way? I think I remember some "Control Center" applet
to configure file/mime type associations but could not find it.
> If there are any obviously missing applications from the list, please
> report them in bugzilla.
> Unfortunately there's a bug in gnome-vfs2 at the moment which means that
> inline viewing of a lot of attachment types in Evolution is broken e.g.
> it tries to run AbiWord for viewing v-cards. Can't remember the bz
> number offhand; a fix is on its way.
Doesn't that violate the Eolas patent? ;-) I'd rather see a mp3 player
in Fedora again.
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