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I've set FileZilla to automatically download and open files when I double click them. Here are my settings for "File editing" on FileZilla:

File editing settings on FileZilla

Gedit is my default text editor in System Preferences, and I've even searched usr/share/applications/defaults.list for references to Scratch and have found none. (Text files are set to be opened in Gedit.) I've tried sudo apt remove scratch, but it appears not to be installed. Even still, when I double-click a .txt file, it opens in Scratch. How can I fix this?

Text files open in Gedit when I select "Always use default editor", but I want to avoid this because then other file types (.wav, .mp4, etc) open in Gedit as well.

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This works for me /usr/bin/scratch-text-editor. Good luck

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  • No, I want to change it so it never uses Scratch. Right now it uses Scratch when I don't want it to. – Kyle May 11 '18 at 16:40
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    Oh! I see... Sorry – emamut May 11 '18 at 16:47
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A solution that works for now is to set a custom filetype association within FileZilla:

Filetype associations menu

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