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Old 27th November 2005, 03:51 PM
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gthumb advanced settings

I use Gthumb as my picture viewer. When I was running Fedora core 1,2 and 3 if I double clicked on a thumbnail in a nautilus folder it would open the picture in Gthumb. With Fedora 4 when I double click on a thumbnail in a nautilus folder Gthumb opens showing the same thumbnails with the one I clicked on highlited.
This means double clicking again, not a big deal I guess. Can someone direct me to where I go to change this setting? Also when I open a window how do I get it to open full screen? Thanks in advance Terry
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