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    Default Nautilus itself - use settings

    I am using Gnome and Nautilus 2.24.1 on my Suse 11 system.
    I like it, but what I DON'T like about it is the way Nautilus tends to open each new folder in a new window. In fact, that drives me nuts. I cannot find anything in the settings that will let me select to "use the same window", or something like that.

    Also if I try to select and drag multiple folders at the same time, it behaves strangly, wanting to open them.

    How can I make Nautilus correct it's naughty behaviour?

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    Camalen NNTP User

    Default Re: Nautilus itself - use settings

    Rhyader wrote:

    > I am using Gnome and Nautilus 2.24.1 on my Suse 11 system.
    > I like it, but what I DON'T like about it is the way Nautilus tends to
    > open each new folder in a new window. In fact, that drives me nuts. I
    > cannot find anything in the settings that will let me select to "use the
    > same window", or something like that.


    Open Nautilus / Edit / Preferences / Behavior > [x] Always open in browser
    windows

    > Also if I try to select and drag multiple folders at the same time, it
    > behaves strangly, wanting to open them.
    >
    > How can I make Nautilus correct it's naughty behaviour?


    Open Nautilus / Edit / Preferences / Behavior > [] Double click to open
    elements

    THT :-)

    Greetings,

    --
    Camalen

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    Default Re: Nautilus itself - use settings

    Thanks.
    I would never have thought of selecting that because I thought it would
    make the windows look all cartoony, like MS Windows
    (I tend to call Microsoft Windows a "cartoon driven interface" )

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