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    Default how to open system's default file manager's file properties dialog for qtjambi?

    hi eveyone!

    is it possible for qt to open a file properties dialog just utilizing system' s default file manager's file properties dialog ?
    if not, maybe the only thing i can do is to create my own's file properties dialog to mock it.

    here is dolphin's file properties dialog under openSUSE12.3
    xSddvuG.png

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    Default Re: how to open system's default file manager's file properties dialog for qtjambi?

    If the default file manager exposes a call one can make to open file properties (e.g. using dbus) then yes. Otherwise no.
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