Re: Opening files from file-roller

are you able to right click on any file and "open with" a list of
"compatible applications" ?

On Wed, 2006-05-03 at 23:18 -0400, Jos�lburquerque wrote:
> Hi.  I'm presently running GNOME 2.8 on CentOS 4.3 (RHEL 4) (with great
> success, I might add :-) ).  I recently "reset" my user account by
> moving all the "dot" (or "hidden") files (.[^.]*) in my home directory
> into a backup directory and login in as a "new" user to allow all the
> applications to "regenerate" their dot-files.  (I did this because my
> account is extremely old and I thought it was about time I cleaned
> things up a little).
> Before my reset whenever I ran "file-roller" I was able to right-click
> on any file, select "View" or "Open" from the menu and a list of
> "compatible" applications (which could open the file selected) would be
> shown for me to decide which one to use to "launch" the file (for
> "viewing" or "opening").  Now, after the reset, the application list in
> "file-roller" is empty.  Is there any way for me sort of "configure"
> file-roller to "know" which apps to use for which files?  Sorry if the
> question is obvious.  TIA.
> Sincerely
> Jose Alburquerque
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