RE: 2.4 Proposed Modules - nautilus-cd-burner and gnome-vfs funki nes s
- From: Julien Olivier <julo altern org>
- To: Murray Cumming Comneon com
- Cc: alexl redhat com, desktop-devel-list gnome org
- Subject: RE: 2.4 Proposed Modules - nautilus-cd-burner and gnome-vfs funki nes s
- Date: 12 May 2003 09:57:47 +0200
Le lun 12/05/2003 �9:27, Murray Cumming Comneon com a �it :
> > From: Alexander Larsson [mailto:alexl redhat com]
> > On Fri, 2003-05-09 at 12:04, Julien Olivier wrote:
> > > Le ven 09/05/2003 �1:47, Alexander Larsson a �it :
> > > > On Fri, 2003-05-09 at 11:35, Julien Olivier wrote:
> > > > > > That would 100% tie n-c-b to magicdev though, which
> > many people don't
> > > > > > run, and isn't all that portable. And I think this
> > limitation is pretty
> > > > > > bogus, it forces the user to start everything by
> > physically putting in a
> > > > > > blank cd.
> > > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > This should only be one of the ways to access n-c-b,
> > but not the only
> > > > > one. The other one would be from the "go" menu in Nautilus.
> > > >
> > > > That wasn't what murray proposed and I commented on.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Sorry, I just wanted to propose a better solution. I wasn't
> > criticizing
> > > what you said.
> > So your proposal was to leave it exactly like it works now?
> I have finally realised that, with magicdev, nautilus-cd-burner is already
> meant to pop up the burn:/// window when you insert a blank CD. It just
> isn't working on my own RedHat 9 laptop. So, that resolves a large part of
> my objection to nautilus-cd-burner.
Yes, that works (90% of the time for me at least) but you dont get an
icon in Nautilus. So, if you decide to close the nautilus window, you
can't open it easily again (except by going in Nautilus'"go" menu).
That's better than nothing but still not prefect IMHO.
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