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Thread: How to get back the Konqueror-dialog asking for saving?

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    Arrow How to get back the Konqueror-dialog asking for saving?

    Hello,

    once, when the times where (a tiny little bit) more happier, Konqueror greeted my
    on occasion with a dialogue-box, asking what to do with a file, saving or opening,
    even in an application of your choice. Changing the default viewer, the buggy Evince,
    didn't work, but never mind, with a few mouse clicks I could get what I wanted.

    I knew it was a precious resource, and danger always lurked in the sombre
    question "do not ask this question again". As you might imagine, in order to
    keep life healthy and dangerous, this question can't be disabled. So great
    care has to be spend. Alas, one miserable day, after days of coding, the mouse-precision
    wasn't there anymore, and by accident I hit the bleak spot! Arrrrggghh, I knew
    I would never see it again.

    Nevertheless, let's fight fate. I run now again through all of Konqueror's configurations,
    tried a lot, but nope, that precious menu seems lost.
    Perhaps "System Settings"?! A glimmer of hope ...
    Not under "Default Applications", unfortunately.

    Perhaps somebody can tell me how to rise that dialogue from the dead?

    Oliver

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    Default Re: How to get back the Konqueror-dialog asking for saving?

    Have you check Systemsettings -> File associations
    When you select a file type, there should be a check box in the second tab

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    Lightbulb Re: How to get back the Konqueror-dialog asking for saving?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fruchtratte View Post
    Have you check Systemsettings -> File associations
    When you select a file type, there should be a check box in the second tab
    Aha, actually I didn't look there, since, as explained in a second thread ("how to remove
    evince"), file-associations can't be stored --- however the entries under "Embedding" actually can be
    applied (not those under "General"), and so I got that question back.
    Thanks!

    Oliver

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