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OpenPandora Main OS

  • Status Unconfirmed
  • Percent Complete
  • Task Type Feature Request
  • Category Application
  • Operating System Release 1 (Zaxxon)
  • Severity Low
  • Reported Version Hotfix 5
Attached to Project: OpenPandora Main OS
Opened by sean james - 10.03.2011

FS#217 - Add Mounting and unmounting context options for PND's

It'll have to be in the SKEL. /etc/skel/Applications/Settings/Thunar/uca.xml People can replace the contents of their current uca.xml file with the following to gain this functionality now. /home/[USERNAME]/Applications/Settings/Thunar/uca.xml Terminal Open Terminal Here exo-open --working-directory %f --launch TerminalEmulator Example for a custom action * emblem-symbolic-link Mount PND /usr/pandora/scripts/ -p %f -m && thunar /mnt/utmp/ *.pnd;*.PND gtk-jump-to-rtl Unmount PND /usr/pandora/scripts/ -p %f -u *.pnd;*.PND
Sébastien Huss commented on 10.03.2011 20:20
If you add this, then add : gnome-system run /usr/bin/pnd_run %f Start the first application in a PND file *.pnd;*.PND
sean james commented on 10.03.2011 20:38
I don't understand why this would be needed since the default action is to run the PND.
Sébastien Huss commented on 10.03.2011 21:18
I've discovered that it's indeed the default action, but does it work for you ? It doesnt for me and I clearly remember some posts on the forum where user complained that starting PND this way didnt worked...
sean james commented on 11.03.2011 13:05
I have HF5 final and and it works without a problem.
Dominik Leicht commented on 08.04.2013 11:28
i know this is rather old, but i just came across this and i was wondering why it was not included as a "standard feature" with any recent superzaxxon release in the end. or was it?
Jeff commented on 08.04.2013 14:38
"To do"; limited hands :) Now that we have file-associations more or less working, the plan is to associate .pnd to pnd_run if its not already, which would let you double-click a pnd in xfce/etc to run it; it can get tricky though since there can be multiple executables in a pnd-file; adding other right-click type options (mount, unmount, etc) .. *shrug* If you have the skilset or want to learn, feel free; we'll take patches :) jeff


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