GtkFileChooserDialog is Causing Huge Problems
From the users standpoint, the lack of a better standard in this area is causing much frustration within the Linux community.
The issue stems from the expectation of modular assembly of parts in the end user's desire to customize their environment. Should the parts not work intuitively, the user is lost in confusion as to expectations.
In this case, the user would expect every program within their selected environment to use the same file manager throughout. However, it appears that because of the GtkFileChooserDialog, weird and unexpected windows pop up when opening, saving or browsing files in programs. That should never be the case.
Consistency alone would dictate that the internal mechanisms always point to the chosen file manager.
I also reference the issue at [(#64)]
I ask that this be fixed.