Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:02 am
I am using KDE4 under FreeBSD 10.3. While I love it (as much as I loved
Windows 2000 in terms of its interface, the only MS flavour I ever
really liked), I keep struggling with 2 niggles:
1) If I double-click on a shell script, KDE opens it in a flash in the
editor - if the script is not executable. But not if the script is
executable. Is there some way I can get K to use the editor for
executable scripts too ?
2) When I scroll the mouse wheel with the bottom panel under focus, it
brings up the panel's 'iconified' windows one-by-one - which I find a
minor nuisance. Is there some way I can disable that so that mouse wheel
scroll is ignored if the panel has the mouse's focus ?
Thanks for any help.
Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:57 pm
1) You can right-click the script -> Open With -> pick your editor. I don't know of an option to make open-in-application the default for executable files.
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