Opened 7 years ago

Closed 6 years ago

#57 closed Feature Request (fixed)

Add several neat options to the contextual menu

Reported by: charles Owned by:
Priority: trivial Milestone: 1.5
Component: System Configuration Version: 1.4
Keywords: contextual menu, right-click Cc:

Description

Terry asked for a few options to the contextual menu (When you right-click a file):

  • Edit with vim (or rather Edit with Kwrite)
  • E-mail file as an attachment
  • Burn to disk

Maybe this will have to be integrated to the PBI Creator. For instance when you create a K3B PBI, you will have to add this contextual menu that will pass the path of the file to K3B as an argument, etc...

Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 7 years ago by gerard

  • Milestone set to 1.5

Definitely "Edit with Kedit" - very useful for instance for those who want to look at the PBI installation script before installing

My request:
When right-clicking on the desktop icon of an installed PBI program, having the option to "uninstall" the PBI

comment:2 Changed 7 years ago by gerard

Just realised I didn't describe properly what I meant in the previouse reply:

"Definitely "Edit with Kedit" - very useful for instance for those who want to look at the PBI installation script before installing"

I mean: when you right click on a downloaded PBI, I'd like to see an option to "view PBI install script" and "view PBI remove script"

comment:3 Changed 7 years ago by charles

Yes, it makes more sense, as the binary file shouldn't open in a text editor.

comment:4 Changed 6 years ago by kris

  • Resolution set to fixed
  • Status changed from new to closed

Some of these are already done. If you have K3B installed, you can right-click and "add to CD", also you can always right-click and do "open with kedit" or some such for a text file.

As for the PBI specific stuff, I did add the "extract" option precisely for that, so you can view scripts and such. I'm not sure how I would do a right-click to view script specifically, since thats embedded into the tar data of the PBI file, and would be a pain to pull out. It would essentially do the same thing, just extracting the PBI.

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