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Thread: How do I create a new directory/folder in OpenSuse 13.2 Gnome

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    Default How do I create a new directory/folder in OpenSuse 13.2 Gnome

    I recently installed OpenSuse 13.2
    Everything works fine, even my non recognized laser printer.
    However, as stupid as it may sound, I don't see any possibillity to create a new directory/folder. I found out how to do this from the terminal, but there must be a simpler way how to do this.
    Please advise.

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    Default Re: How do I create a new directory/folder in OpenSuse 13.2 Gnome

    Have you tried to right-click on an empty space in the file manager?

    And this function is also available in the menu button (the 3 horizontal lines) in the file manager's title bar.

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    Default SOLVED Re: How do I create a new directory/folder in OpenSuse 13.2 Gnome

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    Have you tried to right-click on an empty space in the file manager?

    And this function is also available in the menu button (the 3 horizontal lines) in the file manager's title bar.



    Thank you, that was the solution. I thought I tried every click possible, but forgot this one.

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