Re: What is hijacking Konsole?
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On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 10:33, Duncan <1i5t5.duncan@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> IDR the details. Possibly but I don't remember it being a crasher. I
> just remember the two takeaways, the general one being to check file
> associations when something unexpected starts popping up for some unknown
> reason; the specific one being that LO/OOo in particular now has a known
> history of such strange behavior when its associations get broken.
> But unless I'm mixing up threads, I do seem to remember that it was pdf
> files on the web, I believe triggering OOo to open, instead of the usual
> app, okular or whatever. But the memory there is fuzzy enough I'd not
> rely on it. I think it's an accurate enough memory in general, but I'm
> not sure if I'm conflating two different reported issues or not; I very
> well could be.
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