Re: VFS for legacy apps

On Mon, 2007-02-26 at 19:05 -0600, Hans Petter Jansson wrote:
> On Mon, 2007-02-26 at 11:13 +0100, Alexander Larsson wrote:
> > Ah, you could. An ideal app would (actually I guess an ideal app might
> > use gvfs instead of the fuse mountpoint). But acroread won't, nor would
> > most 3rd party apps. They will however likely show you the pathname that
> > failed to open.
> If we can have something like a per-user fstab so the options can be
> recovered, I concur.

Clearly the whole desktop must be designed so that its easy to mount
locations. In general you'd only have to click on a "bookmark" in the
sidebar, or browse the network. Having a history of mounted shares seems
like a good idea. If we had that then it could very easily serve as a
sort of fstab (but easier to manage).

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