pino.otto at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 10:22:30 CET 2008
I edited /usr/share/FDSubmenu/viewers/epdfview.desktop, removing the %f
Now it works fine.
On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 7:27 AM, Chaosspawn23 <Chaosspawn23 at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi there!
> > Crossposted to Fdom-developement
> > Giovanni wrote:
> >> Today I installed FDOM 20081023.
> >> When I open ePDFViewer, it asks for a password, saying that the
> >> documented is encrypted.
> >> I cannot open any of my documents, because of this problem.
> > this is a bug I have been meaning to report for a while now.
> >> How to fix this?
> > The issue arises because I think the launching dialog launches it with
> > an %s argument or something which specifies the path of the file that
> > should be loaded. because it apparently can't deal with no being able to
> > find the file gracefully, it aassumes something is encrypted and asks
> > for a password.
> > Launching from the terminal epdfviewer works fine...
> > fixing this *should* (in theory) be trivial, however I don't know,
> > without looking exactly how to do this...
> Editing /usr/share/FDSubmenu/viewers/epdfview.desktop and changing
> epdfview %f
> should do the trick. :)
> On a completely unrelated note - someone should change the way FDSubmenu
> applications, as the current implementation freezes fdsubmenu until the
> process terminates - I think using subprocess.Popen should work, but I
> really looked that closely at the source, yet.
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