Created attachment 518047 [details]
Description of problem:
After installing thunar-volman and opening these settings window there aren't any default values set.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. install thunar-volman
2. open volume settings
no default values for commands to execute i.e. a printer is connected are set
default values should be set for all options even if the option is disabled.
What should be the default value that you would expect there?
It's basically anything the end user wants when a printer is attached.
There's not much way of knowing what they might want...
AFAIR there haven been default values at least on Xfce 4.6. For a printer it makes sense i.e. to install this printer if it gets connected like windows does.
Cups should take care of that automatically. It did here without thunar-volman getting involved at all.
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