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I guess the best advanced option gives you Ubuntu Tweak tool. Here you can set your default (desired) app to any format/extension. More detailed described here
You can use the mimeopen command Using a terminal go to a folder containing some extension you want to open with notpadd++(here i'm testing for txt files) mimeopen -d file.txt You will get a popup menu, where you can see some options, if you don't find notepad++ with them choose other and indicate your notepad++ . Also you may interested in reading ...
In my case, I just installed a 32 bit version of Unity3D, even though my system was x64, it fixed the problem.
Headquarters. It's the name given to the website, not the software project per se.
No. The .playonLinux directory is where POL stores its virtual drives. (Where it runs the Windows programs) If you did not have WINE installed beforehand, you will also need to run sudo apt-get purge wine. If you are still suspicious you can search for "playonlinux" in the dash/Nautilus.
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