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Change K3B behavior when clicking “Open File Manager”
When right clicking a file in K3B and clicking Open File Manager it attempts to open the file in Sublime Text (my default text editor). I need it to open in Nemo (my default file manager). Is there a ...
May 31 '13 at 20:20
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