2015-09-16 10:50 GMT+02:00 Kamil Jońca <email@example.com>:
Are there any rules which decide "this csv is to open with writer, and
that by calc?"
On what OS ?
At least on Windows and most Linux, it' the OS that decide what application
is used to open a file. On Linux it's mostly driven by mime types, while on
Windows the filename extension play a major role.
As far as I know, after installation, LibreOffice will not register itself
to handle different file types.
For example, on one of my installation (Debian Linux with KDE), the
text/csv file type is associated with, in that order, LOCalc, some basic
text editors, LOWriter, some file viewers. LibreOffice have no saying in
To help, it would be useful to know more about your system, and if you did
install/uninstall software recently that might have caused this behavior.
In any case, the fix most likely lies in the system configuration.
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