This seems to suggest both options are available, at least in a previous version of Gnome
As to why its changed, I assume the RPM upgrade script for Disk Analyser did this. It
When I upgrade to Gnome 13 this evening I'll see if I can reproduce this issue.
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From: "Ankur Sinha" <sanjay.ankur(a)gmail.com>
To: "Discussions about development for the Fedora desktop"
Subject: Default application handling external USB devices changed to "Disk
Date: Thu, Jul 3, 2014 08:32
Has the default application that handles USB pluggable devices been
changed to "Disk analyser"? It used to be nautilus iirc. When I used to
plug my devices in, I used to generally get a "Open with Files"
notification. Now I get "Open with Disk Analyser." I'm not sure why I'd
like to open my device with "Disk Analyser" by default - I'd like to use
the device, not see its properties, most of the time.
Another thing - is it possible to choose an application from the
notification, or can one just use the application that is being
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