Re: Thoughts on Nautilus
- From: bob cs csoft net
- To: Matthias Warkus <mawarkus t-online de>
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- Subject: Re: Thoughts on Nautilus
- Date: Sun, 9 Jan 2000 10:00:06 -0600 (CST)
On Sun, 9 Jan 2000, Matthias Warkus wrote:
> First of all, thanks to the crew for making such great progress on
> Nautilus. There are a couple of thoughts by me on this neat
> 1. Don't make this a clone of Windows 98's IE-"enhanced" Explorer. It
> looks like it's going that way.
> 2. Don't make it a clone of Konqueror, either. 8)
> 3. Does "hyperbola" really display a hyperbolic treeview or is it just
> a fancy name for a component? If the second is the case, I think
> there should be a hyperbolic treeview. That would be a very nice
> feature and so far I know of no file manager that features one.
> 4. Maybe Nautilus should be able to use any kind of Bonobo component
> as a "view". You could edit Gnumeric spreadsheets or other documents
> inline, inside the Nautilus view pane. For someone who wants to add
> finishing touches to twenty files without popping windows up all
> the time, this could be a killer feature.
Been thinking about this. With bonobo, is there even any reason anymore to
have a base app and then embed stuff into it? aka, have gnumeric as a
stand alone app that can embed other bonobo objects into itself?
Why not create a standard bonobo file format, and use the file manager as
the base. then, you just gota double click a bonobo file in the file
manager and it comes up inside with all the embedables in place. (just an
> 5. Does it handle Gnome help URLs yet? I wasn't able to get at any
> help page.
> >From the Fool File:
> Bonus! The lack of multitasking is one of the most important reasons
> why DOS destroyed Unix in the marketplace.
> -- Scott Nudds
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