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#1 2011-10-06 13:00:57

simonbcn
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[Gnome 3] Default application for Calendar

Hi,
I have done a fresh install of Arch Linux with Gnome 3 yesterday. I haven't installed evolution, I have installed thunderbird with lighting. But in default applications, Gnome 3 show only gedit like calendar app:
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Is this an Arch bug or Gnome bug?

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#2 2011-10-06 13:07:34

wonder
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Re: [Gnome 3] Default application for Calendar

thunderbird is not a calendar application unless you tune it up with an extension. therefore it shouldn't be in there

but if you really want it there,you need to append to /usr/share/applications/thunderbird.desktop, to MimeType, text/calendar;text/x-vcard, then run as root update-desktop-database -q

Last edited by wonder (2011-10-06 13:50:15)


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#3 2011-10-07 13:30:47

simonbcn
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Re: [Gnome 3] Default application for Calendar

wonder wrote:

thunderbird is not a calendar application unless you tune it up with an extension. therefore it shouldn't be in there

This is precisely because it should be an option. Do you think more correct gedit like the only option to manage the calendar? o_O

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