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[Bug 242289] Nautilus Integration plugin should be enabled in Pidgin by default so nautilus-sendo Just Works



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Summary: Nautilus Integration plugin should be enabled in Pidgin by default so nautilus-sendo Just Works


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=242289





------- Additional Comments From bnocera redhat com  2008-05-27 04:57 EST -------
(In reply to comment #7)
> (In reply to comment #6)
> > Pidgin should enable the plugin by default. It has a static list of plugins that
> > it enables by default, and the nautilus-sendto plugin should be one of them.
> 
> The only list of plugins enabled by default are those in the Fedora provided
> default prefs.xml that is used as a template the first time a user runs Pidgin
> (/etc/purple/prefs.xml is effectively copied to ~/.purple/prefs.xml when
> ~/.purple/prefs.xml does not exist).
> 
> As I mentioned in comment #3, I added nautilus integration to this in rawhide
> now. I still think you want to revert the upstream change that makes this plugin
> hidden though, in that state no-one can disable the plugin if they already have
> it enabled, and no-one who has used a previous version of pidgin can enable the
> plugin unless they did so before it was made invisible.

Done.

This bug should be kept open though, because the plugin not being enabled by
default with upgraded installations is a real problem. If Pidgin was using GConf
(not that I'm advocating using GConf in Pidgin), it could have a "default value"
for the key, which would mean the plugin would be enabled even if it was a new
installation.

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