Results 1 to 4 of 4

Thread: [gnome] Nautilus - new file? statusbar? side by side view pane?!?

  1. #1

    Default [gnome] Nautilus - new file? statusbar? side by side view pane?!?

    hi,

    so i'm using enlightenment, but its file manager isn't that mature yet. so i kept on using nautilus, the gnome file manager. but since those ***** started hiding everything, sure enough they needed to cripple nautilus and with the update i'm seeing it now. i'm missing 3 way important things:

    - F3 used to open an extra side by side view pane. where is it?!?
    - the statusbar is gone. no option to activate it again. how much free space i got left?
    - and finally, i can't believe it myself, there is an option for a new folder. but not for a new file. WHAT?

    am i blind?

    Code:
    Information for package nautilus:
    
    Repository: openSUSE-12.3-Oss
    Name: nautilus
    Version: 3.6.3-3.2.1
    Arch: x86_64
    Vendor: openSUSE
    Installed: Yes
    Status: up-to-date
    Installed Size: 12.0 MiB
    Summary: File Manager for the GNOME Desktop
    Description: 
    Nautilus is the file manager for the GNOME desktop.

  2. #2

    Default Re: [gnome] Nautilus - new file? statusbar? side by side view pane?!?

    i hate them all. i hate them all. i hate them all. i hate them all. i hate them all.

    come on, serious?!?

    Is The New Nautilus A Step In The Right Direction? [Poll] | OMG! Ubuntu!

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Location
    Space Colony Lagrange Point 22° à, 77° Ƅ, 56° ɤ, 99° ɜ
    Posts
    3,166

    Default Re: [gnome] Nautilus - new file? statusbar? side by side view pane?!?

    GNOME Version 3.20.2
    openSUSE Leap 42.3 64-bit

    www.vazhavandan.blogspot.com

  4. #4

    Default Re: [gnome] Nautilus - new file? statusbar? side by side view pane?!?

    Recommend that your look at "4pane"

    It has the extra pane built in and always available. It can create directories or files. It has a terminal feature. Does all the old nautilus used to do.

    I use it even as I remain with opensuse 11.4, gnome 2 as it is handy for complex file manipulations.

    Give it a whirl. I assume it is still available within 12.3 repos.

    Tom Kosvic

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •