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bd@cb8be8510
September 1st, 2010, 07:28 PM
When I plug my digital camera in, I always get a notification on the desktop (See picture). The camera gets mounted. The stupid thing now is, that whenever you want to download photo's from your camera you have to
unmount the camera! When using F-Spot you can't import pictures as long as the camera is mounted. Shotwell notifies you if Shotwell has to unmount the camera. How can I avoid that the camera gets mounted automatically, because I always want to download photo's. (I know
unmount is only a few clicks, but for some people, this procedure
might be too complicated!)

no2498
September 1st, 2010, 09:27 PM
i know not an answer but can you right click open it
i can have to fspot dont open any more
i open it drop them to the desk top
then put em in the folder i choose

bd@cb8be8510
September 3rd, 2010, 07:51 PM
i know not an answer but can you right click open it
i can have to fspot dont open any more
i open it drop them to the desk top
then put em in the folder i choose


When I right click, I only get the options to open the file-system or
to start Rhythmbox or VLC-player. On the propertiestab however the filetype = gphoto2. So this but be a configuration-issue?