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Old 11th April 2006, 05:29 PM
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Change file association defaults

ok, heres what should be an easy one, refreshing after all the graphics problems we all are having. I dont have the vocabulary to ask this right, but I will try to be clear. How do I change the program that defaults to a file type. For instance, I dont want Koffice to open .odt files, I would prefer OO.o to open them instead. Or, instead of Noatun opening my .ogg files I would prefer Audacious to automatically open when I click an .ogg file. I have been all through the GUI tools to try to change this stuff. BTW, I am running KDE.
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