I'm using Debian 9 with only a basic window manager (dwm). No Gnome, KDE, etc. In the file chooser/open/save file dialog, there are several bookmarks that I'd like to remove:
spideroak1 bookmarks refer to the same drive, but every time I mount it, a new one is added, even though they all point to the same location). This question talks about how these widgets are often based on GTK, so I checked the
/home/ma/.config/gtk-2.0/gtkfilechooser.ini file, which looks like this
[Filechooser Settings] LocationMode=filename-entry ShowHidden=false ShowSizeColumn=true GeometryX=90 GeometryY=240 GeometryWidth=780 GeometryHeight=719 SortColumn=name SortOrder=ascending StartupMode=recent
/home/ma/.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks file just contains my custom bookmarks, e.g.
file:///home/ma/Projects/some_arbitrary_dir, not the redundant mount points.
I realize that this might be an XY problem, in that the duplication of the external drives is the real problem. If that's the case, I'll ask a new question focusing on that.