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Thread: Nautilus in 12.3

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    Default Nautilus in 12.3

    I am trying to configure nautilus in openSUSE 12.3 and have spent the better part of a couple hours trying to find a way to do this. I just want the menu bar back so I can get the functionality it provides; I've tried:

    • gconf-editor
    • dconf-editor
    • gnome-tweak-tool

    all to no avail. I'm probably missing something easy... anybody have any suggestions?

    Thanks =)

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    Default Re: Nautilus in 12.3

    Wow, I just found out where it was at, thanks to Ubuntu's forums; I had to click on the gnome title bar on top...that is NOT intuitive whatsoever.

    For the love of all that is right in the universe, I wish the gnome people would stop "improving" gnome. I kinda' got used to it in its last iteration, I didn't like it, but I could use it, now, it is, once again, redesigned.

    I'm hoping nobody had problems like I did finding the PREFERENCES for Nautilus, but if you did, here's the "fix":

    1. Open Nautilus (type "Nautilus" or "Files" in the Activities search bar)
    2. Right-click on the upper-most black tile bar over the FILES icon
    3. Click PREFERENCES

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    Default Re: Nautilus in 12.3

    Difficulty maximised in Nautilus 3.6

    Where are Preferences?

    How can i zoom in, sort by modification date,view hidden files ?

    Open terminal and new folder (right click)

    How can i bookmark Folders and open folder properties ?

    GNOME Version 3.20.2
    openSUSE Leap 42.3 64-bit

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