Thunderbird .desktop File Is Renamed In Version 45.2

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I was starting my Thunderbird via a script and I thought I would post that the name of the desktop file has changed to help anyone else who was running the desktop file from a script.

Old path was:

/usr/share/applications/mozilla-thunderbird.desktop

New Path is:

/usr/share/applications/thunderbird.desktop

Thanks,

Johnny Hughes

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    Gee! I have been tearing my hair out with Thunderbird since the latest update. It seems no matter what I do from my gnome2 Application Preferences to tell TB to use my default browser, firefox, pretty much NOTHING happens to links in email unless FF is already open.

    This new desktop file you referenced here actually works — well mostly. It at least asks me to choose an app for links and says I can change it through prefences — well now I can once it’s entered SOMETHING. There seems to be NO way to add default app. GRRR!

    OK, at least this is a start. I have NO idea why the 45.2 TB has caused so much grief!

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