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Thread: Add application to the "Open With" list [GNOME3]

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    Default Add application to the "Open With" list [GNOME3]

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    Hi!

    its the fist time i use OpenSuse and i am little lost with this options.

    I am trying to put the application xournal like default to open any pdf file, usually this option its quite easy with other distros, but with Suse don't find any option to add the app to Open With list.
    The mime its associated to the default file of xournal but i use it with pdf files.
    I try all i find on google but sure i don't look if correctly, for i don't found any.

    Thanks for your answers

    [SOLUTION]

    I changed the file /usr/share/applications/defaults.list and change evidence for xournal and now its like i want, sorry for open the post

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    Default Re: Add application to the "Open With" list [GNOME3]

    ZKRiNG wrote:
    >
    > Hi!
    >
    > its the fist time i use OpenSuse and i am little lost with this options.
    >
    > I am trying to put the application -xournal -like default to open any
    > -pdf- file, usually this option its quite easy with other distros, but
    > with Suse don't find any option to add the app to Open With list.
    > The mime its associated to the default file of -xournal -but i use it
    > with pdf files.
    > I try all i find on google but sure i don't look if correctly, for i
    > don't found any.
    >
    > Thanks for your answers
    >
    >

    Try the following

    http://vazhavandan.blogspot.com/2012...open-with.html
    http://vazhavandan.blogspot.com/2013...for-files.html
    http://vazhavandan.blogspot.com/2013...s-actions.html
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