Association - gnometerminal + a directory [bug 102173] - KDE

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  1. Association - gnometerminal + a directory [bug 102173]


    Hi,
    I wanted to have option to open directories in terminal, so I added
    gnome-termainal and checked [x] remember association.

    It was a bad idea, since now _everywhere_ in damn KDE when I click a folder
    it tryies to open in console, in example I open a /home/ in the file
    browser (how it is called? it is the konqueror right?) and when I click a
    directory to enter it, then it opens itself in damn gnometerminal.

    There should be an option for that. IMHO, i should be as in Gnome - all
    types of files should have options:

    Default action: ( ) application[....] [ ]in term. (*)open in same program
    Possible other applications: to open this filetype with.

    if You want to vote or comment this bug, please visit
    http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=102173


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    Rafał 'Raf256' Maj

  2. Re: Association - gnometerminal + a directory [bug 102173]

    RafaƂ Maj Raf256 wrote:

    > if You want to vote or comment this bug, please visit


    Its not a damn bug. Please dont create more work for already overworked
    bug-fixers by polluting the bug database just because you havent bothered
    to read your docs or even look at the applications properly.

    In Konqueror to open a folder in a terminal you just press F4. You can also
    open an embedded terminal that follows the folders you click on by going to
    the "Window" menu and choosing "Show terminal emulator"
    If you right-click on a folder you can choose "Actions- Open Terminal Here"
    Browsing your file tree with the konqueror and panel 'Quik-Browsers" also
    let you open any folder either in konqueror or in a terminal.

    Wow! How many different ways of doing it do you want? Just because Gnome
    does something different does not mean kde has a bug!!!

    andrew

  3. Re: Association - gnometerminal + a directory [bug 102173]

    Andrew Kar wrote:

    > In Konqueror to open a folder in a terminal you just press F4.


    And in Krusader or other programs? I would like in general to give
    directiories option to open in gnome-terminal. There was already such
    option for FileLight.

    But adding gnome-terminal permanently caused it to be the *default* action,
    and that is the problem? How change the default action back?

    > Wow! How many different ways of doing it do you want? Just because Gnome
    > does something different does not mean kde has a bug!!!


    And how to fix the current situation - clicking a folder in konqueror opens
    it in terminal, I have no way to open it "normaly".

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    Rafał 'Raf256' Maj

  4. Re: Association - gnometerminal + a directory [bug 102173]

    Rafał Maj Raf256 wrote:

    > Andrew Kar wrote:
    >
    >> In Konqueror to open a folder in a terminal you just press F4.

    >
    > And in Krusader or other programs? I would like in general to
    > give directiories option to open in gnome-terminal. There was
    > already such option for FileLight.
    >
    > But adding gnome-terminal permanently caused it to be the
    > *default* action, and that is the problem? How change the
    > default action back?
    >
    >> Wow! How many different ways of doing it do you want? Just
    >> because Gnome does something different does not mean kde has a
    >> bug!!!

    >
    > And how to fix the current situation - clicking a folder in
    > konqueror opens it in terminal, I have no way to open it
    > "normaly".
    >

    Control Center->KDE Components->File Associations->select
    "Inode"->directory->Application preference order->put konqueror
    on first place.

    To answer your origanal question: If you put gnome-terminal as
    second option in "Application preference order" it should appear
    in the "Open with" context menu.

    Ransom
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