On Fri, 2011-08-26 at 11:55 -0700, Roger Luedecke wrote:
One thing that was nice in OS X was the ease of
image as a virtual disk. I rarely had use for this however until I
got a netbook, which has no optical drive. Now when I have
hoped to install certain games (running on WINE) this is
unnecessarilly complicated, if not impossible due to the lack of
optical drive and the lack of an easy mounting option. Can we
be sure to add an easy way to mount disk images? Maybe just
right click>mount image in Dolphin? I don't imagine it should be
very hard to implement, and would be very useful... especially
as more users are turning to netbooks and similar devices.
On KDE 4.7, I see that if I right-click on an ISO image
(extension .iso), and select Open with ... ark (or file roller), I can
browse the ISO image. Clicking on things in the image does as expected.
I do not know about other image types.
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