Sean Healy<jalopeura@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I've noticed when copying files from other file systems (for example, > the FAT32 on a USB key), files with a .pl extension get marked as > text/plain, even though when I check in File Types, .pl is not under > text/plain, but under text/source-code. However, .py files, which show > up in the same place in File Types, get marked as text/source-code. > > This seems to indicate that the data from File Types is NOT what's being > used to auto-set the mime types on files copied from other file systems. > So how does this data get set, and how can I change it? I'm getting > really tired of having to manually set the mime type every time I copy a > .pl file. This probably means that there is a rule to detect plain text files because that one likely has a higher precedence as the file suffix. Not entirely sure about it, but that's where I would start to look for the problem. And by all means, please file a bug report for the issue! Bye, Axel.