Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #2331, comment 1


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Feb 19, 2011 6:39:23 PM (11 years ago)
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  • Ticket #2331, comment 1

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    1 The behavior you see is supposed to be a feature as described in #146. The editor you set in the Preferences is a ''default'' editor (the preference should be renamed to reflect this). If another supported and installed editor is the default application for the selected file type, it is given preference over the default editor. Therefore, if you always want to edit the given file type in TextMate, you have to choose TextMate as the default application in the Finder.app using File → Info. Cyberduck should then respect that setting.
     1The behavior you see is supposed to be a feature as described in #146. The editor you set in the Preferences is a ''default'' editor (the preference should be renamed to reflect this). If another supported and installed editor is the default application for the selected file type, it is given preference over the default editor. Therefore, if you always want to edit the given file type in TextMate, you have to choose TextMate as the default application in the Finder.app using File → Info. Cyberduck should then respect that setting. [http://swarovskicrystalbeads.net crystal beads]