Am 10.08.2014 um 15:33 schrieb Colin J Thomson:
On Sun 10 August 2014 15:08:18 Reindl Harald wrote:
> Am 10.08.2014 um 15:05 schrieb Colin J Thomson:
>> On Sat 9 August 2014 16:02:39 Reindl Harald wrote:
>>> what is the provider of the "compress" context menu?
>>> i have here
>>> * zip
>>> * rar
>>> * tar.gz
>>> so it recognizes that rar is installed
>>> why don't it offer tar.bz2 and tar.xz?
>> If you select "Compress To" from that context menu you can choose bz2
>> other formats from there.
>> F20/ 4.13.3
> if i could i would not ask from where the options coming :-)
FYI here is my context menu:
* Compress To
So do you not have the "Compress To" option?
no abd the other 3 are below "Komprimieren" (german)
why should there be another "compress" submenu below "compress"?
> F20 4.13.3 too and i can't remember that tar.bz2 and tar.xz
> existed in that context menu the last 5 years
I cant say as I use Krusader most of the time for
compressing/decompressing files etc.
folder-widget which has the same contextmenu as Konqueror
no krusader for me, it caches too much in case of remote-fs and
more than one person working on a project....
> maybe jost delete some config file / folder in the userhome
> to let it refresh - but which
Maybe, you could just move the relevant files out of the way and test
well and the question of my thread was just "what are the files" and
"from where does it come at all" :-)