What happens when you open them off the desktop?
2009/9/14 Leighton Gelling <sandwalker(a)gmail.com>om>:
I looked there, but that seems to only apply to
actually saving it --
whether Firefox should save the file, or open it in the selected
application. I set PDFs, for example, to be always saved. Even if the PDF
icon is shown (sometimes it isn't), double-clicking the link will still
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 8:32 AM, Bruce Kingsbury <zcat(a)zcat.geek.nz> wrote:
Edit > Preferences > Applications would be my guess.
2009/9/14 Chakat Sandwalker <sandwalker(a)gmail.com>om>:
> For some bizarre reason, when I save something in Firefox, such as a
> picture or PDF, if I double-click the item in the Download Manager it
> starts OpenOffice Writer to open the file. It's starting to get quite
> annoying. Does anyone here know how to get the correct programs (Eye of
> Gnome for pictures, Evince for PDFs, etc) to open the files instead of
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