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Exec="/home/tom/bin/Sublime Text 2/sublime_text" %U
senshikaze wrote:If you prefer not to have to mess with root, you can put it in ~/.local/share/applications/ as well. This will make it only show up for your account though. I personally put all my non-deb packaged programs into ~/.bin so I don't have to muddle with the system. Hopefully by release they will have a .deb and a .rpm.
knitatoms wrote:Thanks for the reply but it doesn't make any difference for me. This could just be me not understanding XFCE but based on the other .desktop files it should work.
When I click a file that has been set to open with Sublime I get a new instance of Sublime every time and also the contents of the window is blank. This happen whether I have %U or not. See attached screenshot:
jps wrote:Try using %F rather than %U: Sublime Text 2 expects a list of file names as arguments, rather than URLs.
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