I've already tried to get .py files to open with IDLE by default, but no luck. I've used every trick you may want to suggest. I really just want to open up IDLE and from there open a .py file from a dialogue box. All I get when I try is a blank IDLE screen that won't close no matter what I do. I open it via the terminal so all I have to do is force the terminal to close and it goes away.
I just want to be able to hit ctrl+o and navigate to my file and have it open in an edit mode so I can hit f5 to run it. Anyone have a solution for that?
Python 2.7 Ubuntu 13.10 running Cinnamon.