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Description of problem:
After opening a webdav location in a nautilus window, dragging the location to
the desktop seems to correctly create a .desktop file for the given url.
However, double-clicking on the created icon attempts to open the webdav
location using mozilla. The expected behavior is to open a nautilus window to
display the dav contents.
I've observed this with both http:// and https:// dav servers, if that makes a
This functionality worked correctly in redhat (null), but is broken in my redhat
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.open a web dav server in a nautilus window
2.click and drag from the "location" label in the location bar, drag to the
desktop to create an icon for this location.
3.open the newly created icon; it will open in mozilla instead of nautilus.
This bug was knowingly created to fix bug #70666
Uncreating it requires a real fix to #70666
Some sort of fix is in 2.8.0 by using dav:// to access webdav sites.