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Context menu on nautilus faults

From: Jeff Hunt <jeffhunt90@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 15:48:24 +0000
Message-ID: <b2e52c960704171322j6190b60dh772148a94a705be4@mail.gmail.com>
To: www-amaya@w3.org
I also have a start-up problem.
On Ubuntu 6.06 my context-sensitive menu in nautilus 'open with' is
remembering earlier versions of Amaya, but has not recognised 9.55, and
does not forget previous versions, so I have a list of previous Amayas
that don't work because they are now no longer there and I have to open
Amaya 9.55 from the main menu and then load the file. This can be
irritating if I am looking through a particular folder for files that
need updating.

However Amaya 9.55 is making my internet work so easy. It is great.

The help files suggest that xhtml files default to UTF-8, but a newly
created xhtml1 strict declares charset=iso-8859-1.  Is this correct?

Cheers

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On Friday 13 April 2007 04:01, A.R.Runnalls wrote:
> The Redhat-Mandrake-SuSE RPM of Amaya 9.54 installs the executable
> in /usr/share/Amaya-9.54/wx/bin/amaya, and then creates a symlink to
this
> from /usr/bin/amaya_wx .
>
> This means that the user has to invoke amaya using the non-obvious
command
> 'amaya_wx', rather than simply 'amaya' as used (at least in 9.51) to
be the
> case.  This problem is aggravated by the fact that the file
> /usr/bin/amaya_wx doesn't appear on the 'rpm -ql' manifest.
>
> Andrew Runnalls

This problem will be fixed with the next release.
Normally, Amaya should be launch from the
"Applications > Internet" menu.
-- 
     Irčne.
Received on Wednesday, 18 April 2007 17:09:49 UTC

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