tommi.komulainen at iki.fi
Thu Dec 9 23:59:16 EET 2004
On Thu, 2004-12-09 at 13:00 -0800, Alex Graveley wrote:
> I really want a way to make my users happy. XDG's charter is to provide
> the mechanism for this. Yet I still have no desktop-neutral way of
> accomplishing the following:
> * opening a file browser for a given local directory
I think it would be beneficial to also be able to preselect a given file
so that one doesn't have to scroll around manually. Something like
file:///tmp/#some-file would open '/tmp', select 'some-file' and make
sure the file browser window is scrolled so that the file is visible.
> * opening a web browser
$BROWSER is supposed to do something like this, I think. GNOME could
set it to 'gnome-open' by default, for example. But I don't know why it
doesn't seem to be used much.
Tommi Komulainen tommi.komulainen at iki.fi
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