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Re: [SLE] setting default Audio CD Player
- From: "Steve Lett" <jeepnut@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 02 Jan 2005 15:29:30 -0600
- Message-id: <20050102212930.D40A03982EF@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
----- Original Message -----
From: Richard <ratcheson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [SLE] setting default Audio CD Player
Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2005 13:32:10 -0600
> On Sunday 02 January 2005 01:23 pm, Steve Lett wrote:
> > Ok folks, after a few pushes, the bulb is dimly lighting and I think I
> > have figured out part of the puzzle. With this PARTICULAR disc, since it
> > has this "CD EXTRAS" content with a video etc. on it, SuSE is asking me
> > if I want to open a browser window or not. And if I just want to listen
> > to the CD I choose NO but at that point SuSE thinks it has done it's
> > job and so it is finished prompting me. The Hardware tool is configed to
> > do offer the kfmclient on the mixed content disc and it does. Then I
> > say No. I was EXPECTING it to then go ahead to the KsCD option but it
> > doesn't.
> > ...ok... what about an older plainjane Audio CD?
> > no go. pop it in and nothing happens.
> > If I open KsCD manually it works fine. Sees the CD content and off it
> > goes. still perplexed...
> Ok, here's another way to set such things. Go to control center>Kde
> Components>File Associations then on right panel select what you want to
> associate e.g. audio. Then click on the type of audio and on right add
> the app to the list. You can select more than one app and set the order
> of use you want. Change the icon by clicking on the icon above. Click
> apply and you're on your way.
> There is also a similar capability from the konqueror settings.
Yup. Know that drill. But what is the file extension for audio files? I don't see anything in the list that looks right.
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