Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 456919
when a sound is selected with the file chooser in g-s-p, make sure to default to /usr/share/sounds if that dir exists
Last modified: 2008-10-10 05:20:45 EDT
Summary says it all.
When you manage to say all that in the subject, it means it's too long.
But the problem is that we use XDG_DATA_DIRS. Which one of the directories
should we select? Or should we force using $(datadir)/sounds?
Since you add only /usr/share/sounds to the shortcuts list, not all
$XDG_DATA_DIRS/sound, it would seem logical to open the file chooser in that
The first part of XDG_DATA_DIRS perhaps?
I guess it would even be OK to hard code that to $(datadir)/sounds since if XDG_DATA_DIRS is not set (wich it usually is not) it would default to that dir anyway (plus /usr/share/local)
The default for g_get_system_data_dirs() is:
- when XDG_DATA_DIRS isn't set:
- when set, well, all bets are off.
I'd hard-code it to $(datadir)/sounds myself...
Yeah /usr/share/sounds is the only sane default.
Since that is the only place where a newly installed system will have sounds...
Created attachment 319874 [details]
Set a default directory
We use whatever we managed to insert first as a shortcut folder for the default directory. Not tested.
Fixed in 220.127.116.11-6