Renoise attaches itself to every file type as far as I can tell. Can this be changed? There are open so many files that need to open renoise surely.
If I remember,there is “mimetypes” in linux…you can edit them
Yes I can but I would need to remove renoise from every single type and then potentially do it all over again when I update. It shouldn’t associate itself with every mimetype.
I just don’t install renoise, but run it locally from the extracted download. It works just fine, and you get no mimetypes changed.
Wait… Which distribution are you using? I’m using Manjaro and Renoise does only register for Xrn* files and maybe a few more.
I’m currently using KDE Neon but I have manjaro on another machine too. I’ve looked into it a bit more and my
/home/$USER/.config/mimeapps.list had renoise listed for lots of things so after editing it there are only expected associations. I’m not sure how that file because such a mess but it’s probably user error rather than Renoise doing something wrong.
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