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Default Association of a particular icon to a specific document

Hello all,

SuSE Linux (Any Version) Current Version - 10.1
Current Icon Set = (Tango-Materia Blue) at http://materia.infinitiv.it/

This question is not specific to any particular SuSE version of Linux because this happens on all version.

What I would like to do is associate the 48x48 Adobe icon to all .PDF's automatically. Otherwise the show up in Nautilus File Manger showing the first page of the document with no particular size. It's very annoying when all of the other documents seem to have their own icon.

Any help at all would be most appreciated.


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