Thanks, that's worth fixing but not really a release blocked issue,
tagging rls-bb-notfixing

** Tags removed: rls-bb-incoming
** Tags added: rls-bb-notfixing

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  Duplicate apps in Open With Other Application

Status in gtk+3.0 package in Ubuntu:
Status in nautilus package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Test Case
  1. Create a text file foo.txt
  2. Open your file browser (nautilus) and right-click on the file.
  3. Select Open Application With
  4. In the dialog, click Show All Applications

  There are duplicates for at least
  Archive Manager
  Files (3 versions!)
  Text Editor (I see this when I right-click on something that isn't a text 

  Other Info
  This is triggered by:
  1. The system shows apps with NoDisplay=true. This is a useful feature 
because it allows for a vim.desktop to be able to open files without cluttering 
the Activities Overview (but that's a different topic. See Debian 879157)

  2. We specifically added compatibility .desktop file for upgraders for
  several main apps. The .desktop files were renamed upstream for better
  compatibility with Flatpak. (AppStream recommends the reverse-domain
  org.gnome.gedit.desktop style too).

  Seb suggested this issue can be fixed with a blacklist in gtk.

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