Because of my graphic card (ATI 4870), I have to run Blender either in Windowless mode (-W in terminal) or with “-p 10 10 1440 900” (to define window size manually). I’m running Ubuntu, by the way.
I can do all this perfectly fine from the terminal, as well as create an executable text file with these commands, and just run that. The problem arises when I try to open a .blend file by double-clicking it (I’m not using the version in Ubuntu’s Application list). As it stands, double clicking the file simply opens Blender with garbled graphics. I can set it to run that executable text file I made when I double-click a .blend file, but then it simply opens a fresh Blender window instead of opening the file I clicked.
If there were some way to set the default window mode for Blender (editing a config file possibly?) that solve my problem. Is this possible?
Thanks in advance!