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    Default after installing calligra, default file manager became konqueror

    I just went to install calligra recently, and as soon as I did that my
    default file manager has become konqueror instead of dolphin. The file
    manager icon down onthe lower left of the screen, next to the kicker, is
    now konqueror instead of dolphin.

    Also, when I right click on the downloads page in Firefox and hit "open
    containing folder" for a file I just downloaded, Konqueror comes up now
    instead of dolphin.

    How do I switch it back?

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    Default Re: after installing calligra, default file manager became konqueror

    system settings > workspace appearance and behaviour section > default applications
    File Manager > select radio button for Dolphin
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    Default Re: after installing calligra, default file manager became konqueror

    On 05/04/2013 12:36 PM, caf4926 wrote:
    > system settings > workspace appearance and behaviour section > default
    > applications
    > File Manager > select radio button for Dolphin
    >
    >

    Thanks! I wonder why it switched on downloading calligra? In any case,
    glad to have it fixed now.

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