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Old 01-07-2008, 10:23 PM
"John Toliver"
Default Is it possible to set Nautilus as the default file manager in Xfce4?

I switched to Xfce4 but I love nautilus.* I want Xfce to manage my desktop but for example, when I insert a usb storage device or double click a mounted volume, I want Nautilus to start instead of Thunar.* Is it possible to do this, or is Thunar hardcoded into Xfce?* I've googled for it but all I find are articles on making Thunar the default in GNOME.

Thanks in advance for any help...

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