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Re: file types in Nautilus?



On Mon, 2004-02-16 at 15:19, h.breimer wrote:
> I am reasonally happy with the right-click browse version of Nautilus.
> But...What happened to Nautilus's use of file types?
> 
> It used to be that eg. shell scripts and configuration files were
> recognized as simple text files. With a double click they were shown in
> a text viewer.
> Now they are all (even real text files without a .txt extension) are
> seen as "Unknown filetype". No quick viewing anymore.
> 
> I hope I missed a config item. Can anybody tell me?

Look at the properties page to see what it detects as. The new mime
database has entries for e.g. shell scripts. This might be whats causing
this.

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