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    Question Tittlebar in nautilus?

    Hi, I'm using Gnome 3 under OpenSUSE 13.1. Is it possible to add a tittlebar in Nautilus?

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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    On Thu 13 Feb 2014 07:36:02 PM CST, renatov wrote:


    Hi, I'm using Gnome 3 under OpenSUSE 13.1. Is it possible to add a
    tittlebar in Nautilus?


    Hi
    AFAIK in the default install, no. However there maybe a theme that
    offers that, else you can set the location entry to show where your at,
    if that is what your wanting;

    Code:
    gsettings set org.gnome.nautilus.preferences always-use-location-entry true
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    Thanks for your reply, this setting you suggested is great and I'll keep it, but what I am trying to do is to add a titlebar above nautilus window so it could have minimize, maximize and close buttons. Nautilus and Tweak Tools are the only two programs that don't have a titlebar.

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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    Quote Originally Posted by renatov View Post
    Thanks for your reply, this setting you suggested is great and I'll keep it, but what I am trying to do is to add a titlebar above nautilus window so it could have minimize, maximize and close buttons. Nautilus and Tweak Tools are the only two programs that don't have a titlebar.
    Hi
    Ahh, AFAIK, that's as designed, min and max can be controlled via mouse clicks.....
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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    Eh gnome shell is a dead end if you like a more traditional desktop[ setup these days.
    Use KDE or even try out cinnamon

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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    Quote Originally Posted by renatov View Post
    Thanks for your reply, this setting you suggested is great and I'll keep it, but what I am trying to do is to add a titlebar above nautilus window so it could have minimize, maximize and close buttons. Nautilus and Tweak Tools are the only two programs that don't have a titlebar.
    Tweak Tool offers a way to add Close,restore and minimize buttons . Did you enable that option ?
    All GNOME tools which are *part* of GNOME desktop like Totem,Nautilus have their "File" toolbar hidden near the Activities button. It now a "dropdown".
    It is a smartphone inspired design
    When you have Nautilus open click on the Nautilus icon near "Activities" and it will take you to the "preferences" and other stuff.
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    I've already enabled minimize and maximize buttons, but they don't appear in Nautilus. Gnome 3 is forcing us to accept bad changes

    I'll give cinnamon a chance, since it's a fork of gnome 2, my most beloved desktop

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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    By the way, is there any relevant difference (besides visual things) between mate and cinnamon? Do both use GKT+ 3?

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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    Quote Originally Posted by renatov View Post
    By the way, is there any relevant difference (besides visual things) between mate and cinnamon? Do both use GKT+ 3?
    MATE is basically a rebrand of Gnome 2 so you would feel at home.
    You would also not fare too bad under XFCE either.
    But if you like gnome classic cant go wrong with cinnamon or Mate

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    Default Re: Tittlebar in nautilus?

    renatov wrote:

    > Gnome 3 is forcing us to accept bad changes


    You are not forced to accept anything.
    I like gnome3 just the way it is, stable and clean.

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