Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 463174
f-spot hogs the Places menu
Last modified: 2009-12-18 01:25:19 EST
Description of problem:
Whenever I select a location in Places above the first dividing line (Home, Desktop, any Bookmark), f-spot starts up.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Click on "Home" entry in Places menu
nautilus opens a new window.
Ok, I think I've misplaced the blame here. On my Fedora 10 desktop - my first report was from my laptop - gThumb was hogging the menu. I think this is a Nautilus bug, or a URI handler bug, or something.
What has happened is that I've used a program - like gThumb and f-spot - to view a directory full of images. I did this by right-clicking the directory, choosing "Open with..." and then selecting the program. Somehow, this has over-ridden my system handler for file:/// URIs (I think), so that when I choose such a URI from the Places menu, it opens up in the image program.
This only seems to happen when I do "Open with..." and then select "Open with .. Other Application". If I choose an application already in the menu, nothing changes.
To get back to a working state, I chose "Open with...", then "Open with.. Other Application" and then chose "Open Folder" - even though that was already in my "Open with..." menu, choosing it there doesn't make a difference, but going through and selecting it from the ".. other" menu does make a difference.
This is really easy to replicate, hopefully I've given enough information - I'm going to reassign to Nautilus, but it may be that this is the wrong component.
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 10 development cycle.
Changing version to '10'.
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