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Re: Sway + Nautilus: How do I open files with default apps

From: sirgazil
Subject: Re: Sway + Nautilus: How do I open files with default apps
Date: Sat, 29 Feb 2020 15:36:38 -0500
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 ---- On Thu, 27 Feb 2020 15:05:10 -0500 sirgazil <address@hidden> wrote ----
 > Hello,
 > I'm using sway and Nautilus and for most file types (except mp3), pressing 
 > Enter or double-clicking on them displays a message that reads:
 > ######
 > Could Not Display "file-name-here.ext"
 > There is no application installed for "FILE TYPE HERE" files
 > Button: Select Application
 > Button: OK
 > ######
 > Pressing the "Select Application" button displays a list of applications 
 > that can handle the given file type, but selecting an application from the 
 > list has no effect. The message above shows up again when you try to open a 
 > file.
 > I see this warning appear in a terminal when I try to open a file:
 > ######
 > ** (org.gnome.Nautilus:13530): WARNING **: 14:59:45.839: Couldn't call 
 > Modify on the PackageKit interface: no owner for PackageKit
 > ######
 > (Using Nautilus in GNOME works fine).
 > Anyone knows how to fix this? Is it a bug in Guix's sway?

I'm experiencing this issue in XFCE and MATE too, so I reported it as a bug:

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