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I have one problem. Just look at image: My Problem

So I want to remove one of Dev-C++ IDE and Microsoft Visual Studio Version Selector (I've tried to install Microsoft Visual Studio and it doesn't works,and one of the Dev-C++ IDE too). But I don't know how to change that list. I am using Ubuntu 11.10.

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Enter the contextual menu of the file and go to the Properties of it. Then, go to Open with tab, right click on the application you want to remove and click on Forget association.

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thanks a lot,it works!!! –  geoh Mar 25 '12 at 8:35
    
This does not work for wine applications. –  To Do Nov 17 '12 at 16:09
    
@To Do, this may help you: askubuntu.com/questions/74266/… –  Alfredo Hernández Nov 25 '12 at 22:09
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Goto ~/.local/share/applications, edit the file mimeapps.list:

In [Added Associations] section, you will find your file extension, something like this:

application/epub=FBReader.desktop;<another apps.desktop>

Which means there are two apps will be shown in "Open with..." menu when right click an epub file, identify the one for Dev-C++ IDE in your case and remove it.

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