File extensions such as .Jpg .and .ogg, and issues with association.

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How to associate file types with Sublime Text 2?

I installed Sublime Text using this tutorial http://www.technoreply.com/how-to-install-sublime-text-2-on-ubuntu-12-04-unity/ I want to associate Sublime with css, js and php files. I added the ...
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Associating file types in Ubuntu 13.10

I just upgraded from Ubuntu 13.04 to the latest release, saucy-salamander, also known as Ubuntu 13.10. I am facing problems with associating file types to applications. Instead of the traditional ...
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How is it determined which application is to open a file of specific mime-type?

I saw the following question, but I can't comment yet. So I decided to create a separate one. I have both transmission and deluge installed. And I have no association for application/x-bittorrent ...
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How to get Yelp to open the docs?

quickly tutorial Result: An empty Yelp window with the XML file opened in gedit. yelp /usr/share/quickly/templates/ubuntu-application/help/tutorial.xml --> Exactly the same problem. Worked fine a ...
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Music lens ignores file assocations in 12.04

I've tried various tools, including Unity Tweak, file properties, and Details>Default Applications to assign all audio files to deadbeef, but the music lens stubbornly continues to open songs with ...
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Associate file extension with wine program run through PlayOnLinux wrapper

I suspect this may not be doable, but is there a way for me to associate a given file extension (in this case, .ppt or .pptx files) with a program run through Wine with the PlayOnLinux wrapper ...
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How to change default telnet handler to putty

I would like to change the default telnet handler in Chrome to Putty. I'm running Ubuntu 13.10. I installed VMWware, running some dynamips on 192.168.xxx.xxx port 5001 to 5050. I have to open this ...