desktop-printing ships a "Default Printer" desktop file that runs
system-config-printer ships a "Default Printer" desktop file that runs
One must go.
Here are some things to keep from the desktop-printing copy:
- the categories in the desktop file are better, HardwareSettings, not just
- the name my-default-printer for the binary strikes me as poorly chosen
Ah, you noticed this. ;-)
I've added HardwareSettings category in CVS, and the next version will have that.
The name 'my-default-printer' was chosen to show that this application sets the
user's own default printer, not the system's default (which is set using
Desktop file fixed in system-config-printer-0.7.69-1.fc8.
Only thing left is to remove desktop-printing.