Re: Nautilus anti-hax0r detection bug

Il giorno mar, 27/09/2005 alle 10.19 +0200, Alexander Larsson ha
> On Mon, 2005-09-26 at 09:39 -0400, Ryan Lortie wrote:
> > Hello everyone.
> > 
> > I brought the issue up today with Sebastien that I'd like for him to
> > disable Nautilus's filetype matchup code (the one that displays the
> > annoying and occasionally comical dialog box when the extension doesn't
> > match the detected mime type).
> > 
> > He's not comfortable reversing upstream decision so close to release so
> > he encouraged me to bring the issue up on this list.  The GNOME bug has
> > received zero attention since I reopened it just after the 2.12.0
> > release failed to address the issue.
> > 
> > (( ))
> > 
> > Further up in the bug report Nicholas Miell comments "Current solution
> > is just unpleasant without actually doing anything." and "You should
> > probably disable the feature entirely until it's actually useful."
> > 
> > This problem bites users an awful lot in legitimate normal use-cases
> > with a scary warning.  Unless anyone knows a good reason otherwise, can
> > we please get rid of this hack until it actually works?
> It used to be the case that you never got a warning when the two
> mimetypes would be opened in the same applications, but apparently Manny
> broke that with his recent change to this code. We should at least get
> this old behaviour back, which should fix your cgi/diff problem.

So, my recent issue could be related to this? It seem there are some
troubles with PNG files in the last 2~3 days: sometimes this dialog
appears saying "this file is a plain text", other a single clic over a
PNG create a preview of text file. But only on "icon-type" PNGs:
screenshots and large PNGs created with GIMP goes fine #-|

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