How to configure default-email-client
christian at twotoasts.de
Thu Jun 17 01:09:15 CEST 2010
Am Wed, 16 Jun 2010 22:05:13 +0200
schrieb Al Bogner <xfce at ml093.pinguin.uni.cc>:
> Am Wed, 16 Jun 2010 15:25:01 -0400
> schrieb Jordan Metzmeier <titan8990 at gmail.com>:
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> > On 06/16/2010 02:33 PM, Al Bogner wrote:
> > >> For the file types, I just right click in Thunar -> open with ->
> > >> open with other application -> checkbox use as default.
> > >
> > > So there is nothing similar than in KDE?
> > >
> > > Al
> > I am not sure how KDE handles it, so I couldn't say. That is the
> > way I have always done it.
> No problem, I don't expect that XFCE can everything do like KDE does
> it. Since I am migrating vom KDE4, so I try to find out, what is
> similar and what has to be done in another way.
> Font installation seems to be different too. I didn't find a GUI for
> importing fonts, so I copied them manually to /usr/local/share/fonts
> and executed SuSEconfig
Maybe you should briefly mention what you would have done in KDE to
achieve the same task, so people not familiar with KDE can help you
There is no default interface for font installation. The common way
is to use Thunar (or any other file manager) to copy fonts to
~/.fonts, /usr/share/fonts or /usr/local/share/fonts. Whether you need
to run a tool afterwards depends on the distribution.
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