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    Default How to set default file manager ?

    I have not found a way to set NEMO as a default File manager.
    I have been accustomed to F3 - dual panel, which is missing for some reason from Nautilus.
    I can open Nemo throug klik-klik-klik from Menu, but it would be nice to open it through Flag-E shortcut.

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ? [Resolved]

    Quote Originally Posted by mistofeles View Post
    I have not found a way to set NEMO as a default File manager.
    I have been accustomed to F3 - dual panel, which is missing for some reason from Nautilus.
    I can open Nemo throug klik-klik-klik from Menu, but it would be nice to open it through Super-E shortcut.
    My customer came and found a way.
    Through Keyboard setting she built a custom Shortcut for Super-E pointing to /usr/bin/nemo

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ?

    Here,
    In Configure Desktop choose Applications (with star icon) and then choose default applications

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ?

    Sorry. There is not such lines in the menu of OpenSuse Leap Cinnamon.

    In most cases it is easier to make configurations in terminal, because every desktop is different

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mistofeles View Post
    Sorry. There is not such lines in the menu of OpenSuse Leap Cinnamon.

    In most cases it is easier to make configurations in terminal, because every desktop is different
    yes.. sorry for that.. i just thought you are using kde since no desktop were mentioned...

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mistofeles View Post
    Sorry. There is not such lines in the menu of OpenSuse Leap Cinnamon.

    In most cases it is easier to make configurations in terminal, because every desktop is different
    As long as you do not inform people what desktop you are talking about, you will either get no answer (from people that refuse to guess), or get multiple answers not applicabale to your sitution.
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mistofeles View Post
    Sorry. There is not such lines in the menu of OpenSuse Leap Cinnamon.

    In most cases it is easier to make configurations in terminal, because every desktop is different
    Besides, I'm using this computer for work and don't have time to start building themes.

    I installed Suse to test, if it is better than Linux Mint Cinnamon I have been using for some years.
    I'm very disappointed.
    - The colors are awfull. they make it hard to work with the system
    - The configuration menus in Menu/Preferences are too castrated to be usefull

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    Default Re: How to set default file manager ?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    As long as you do not inform people what desktop you are talking about, you will either get no answer (from people that refuse to guess), or get multiple answers not applicabale to your sitution.
    Sorry, I forgot

    OpenSuse 42.1 x86_64
    Cinnamon version 2.8.7
    Linux kernel 4.1.15-8-default

    I started with Gnome, but missed some shortcuts I liked and installed Cinnamon

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