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    Default "My System - Menu of important system places" ẍ allways opens with Kaffeine application

    Hello,

    Whenever I go into "My System-Menu of important system places" and click on
    one of the 6 displayed System Places (Documents folder, Home folder,
    Storage media, Remote places, Trash and User folder) the Kaffeine
    application is started even before selecting anything in the selected
    important system place.

    The problem started after I have looked at a couple of DVD's which contained
    old, normal 8, film material (in MPEG Video format) and which I have opened
    with Kaffeine.

    How can I undo this association??? ??????????

    Thanks in advance
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    Frans

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleerink View Post
    Hello,

    Whenever I go into "My System-Menu of important system places" and click on
    one of the 6 displayed System Places (Documents folder, Home folder,
    Storage media, Remote places, Trash and User folder) the Kaffeine
    application is started even before selecting anything in the selected
    important system place.

    The problem started after I have looked at a couple of DVD's which contained
    old, normal 8, film material (in MPEG Video format) and which I have opened
    with Kaffeine.

    How can I undo this association??? ??????????

    Thanks in advance
    --
    Regards / Groeten,
    Frans
    You can restore your file associations in Personal-Settings > Advanced tab > File Associations.
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    Default Re: "My System - Menu of important system places" ẍ allways opens with Kaffeine application


    fleerink;1929886 Wrote:
    > Hello,
    >
    > Whenever I go into "My System-Menu of important system places" and
    > click on
    > one of the 6 displayed System Places (Documents folder, Home folder,
    > Storage media, Remote places, Trash and User folder) the Kaffeine
    > application is started even before selecting anything in the selected
    > important system place.
    >
    > The problem started after I have looked at a couple of DVD's which
    > contained
    > old, normal 8, film material (in MPEG Video format) and which I have
    > opened
    > with Kaffeine.
    >
    > How can I undo this association??? ??????????
    >
    > Thanks in advance
    > --
    > Regards / Groeten,
    > Frans

    You can restore your file associations in Personal-Settings > Advanced
    tab > File Associations.


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    Default Re: "My System - Menu of important system places" ẍ allways opens with Kaffeine application

    ram88 wrote:

    > restore your file associations

    Hello Ram88,

    This happened in kde3.5.9 openSUSE 11.0. In the application I see the reset
    button but it is greyed out. Is it possible to do it in the console?


    --
    Regards / Groeten,
    Frans

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    Default Re: "My System - Menu of important system places" =?UTF-8?B?4bqN?= allways opens with Kaffeine application

    ram88 wrote:

    > restore your file associations

    Hello Ram88,

    This happened in kde3.5.9 openSUSE 11.0. In the application I see the reset
    button but it is greyed out. Is it possible to do it in the console?


    --
    Regards / Groeten,
    Frans

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