Setting applications not in /usr/bin as default?

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http://crunchbang.org – Hi BishopBlade welcome to #!You need to add sublime to the Debian alternatives for gnome-text-editor, but it's in your personal home which might make it more complicated. You could try copying the executable to eg /usr/local/bin/sublimetext then:sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/gnome-text-editor gnome-text-editor /usr/bin/local/sublimetext 50 sudo update-alternatives --config gnome-text-editorYou'll also want to change Thunar's default settings by right-clicking on a file, choose "Open with other application", enter the path to sublimetext and check the box (HowTos)