From docs: "only the binary of the specified command will be used and the parameters will be stripped off". But WHY? Isn't it better to pass arguments as is?
For example, google-chrome shows gnome-keyring dialog, but using argument --password-store=basic there is no dialog (and I dont use keyring). So I want to launch chrome with this option every time, but xfce can't so this.
Should it be posted as a bug?
cp /usr/local/share/applications/google-chrome.desktop ~/.local/share/applications/
Then edit it replacing Exec=google-chrome for Exec=google-chrome --password-store=basic in all instances on the document.
Last edited by secipolla (2012-08-24 16:32:44)
I haven't /usr/local/share/applications but have /usr/share/applications. And this method doesn't work - threre is still gnome keyring dialog.
I can write "google-chrome --password-store=basic %s" in preferred apps dialog, but then opening links from other apps doesn't work.
The question is what sense in ignoring arguments?