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Removable Drives and Media Preferences
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Now when I connect my digital camera after a hard day's snapping, GNOME will detect its presence and launch F-Spot, ready for it to import my pictures directly into its library.
Other options include GNOME's behavior when removable drives (USB pen drives and the like) are connected, what to do in the event of a PDA or scanner being connected, and even more obscurely, what to do when a USB mouse is plugged in.
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