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    Default Navigate folders in a tree in Nautilus

    Hi, I patched tumbleweed yesterday, and Nautilus was updated:
    rpm -qa --last|grep nautilus
    gnome-shell-search-provider-nautilus-43.0-1.1.noarch Fri Sep 23 15:11:44 2022
    nautilus-extension-seahorse-3.11.92+95-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 15:00:53 2022
    nautilus-43.0-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 15:00:43 2022
    nautilus-extension-terminal-3.46.1-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 14:58:03 2022
    nautilus-share-0.7.5-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 14:58:02 2022
    libnautilus-extension4-43.0-1.1.x86_64 Fri Sep 23 14:42:51 2022

    Now the navigate triangles are missing in front of folders, and I can't find a way to get them back.
    I've found this thread for Ubuntu that exactly describes the issue, but the fix doesn't seem to apply to Tumbleweed. https://askubuntu.com/questions/4846...ck-in-nautilus

    Any idea how to get the functional back?

    Cheers,
    Frank
    Last edited by FrankBezemer; 23-Sep-2022 at 21:14. Reason: RETURNS were incorrect.

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    Default Re: Navigate folders in a tree in Nautilus

    Quote Originally Posted by FrankBezemer View Post
    Any idea how to get the functional back?
    It was lost with GTK 4 rewrite. Wait until someone adds it back.
    Code:
    commit 6708861ed174e2b2423df0500df9987cdaf2adc0
    Author: António Fernandes <antoniof@gnome.org>
    Date:   Thu Apr 7 17:56:01 2022 +0100
    
    
        list-view: Reimplement using GtkColumnView
        
    ...
        The new implementation is radically different; almost no code remains
        from the old implementation. However, the new implementation has full
        feature parity with the old one with two exceptions:
        
            1. Expand subfolders as a tree: WIP in another branch.
            2. Performance for large number of items: WIP branch in GTK.

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    Default Re: Navigate folders in a tree in Nautilus

    Thanks for the reply. I'll wait then.

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