Re: Favourites menu vanished in Gnome2

What I was saying is that I would like the whole bookmarks thing just ripped 
out of nautilus and replace with a folder (favorites, links whatevever) where 
a user would have a meun item in the edit menu probably called add to 
favorites which would create a launcher in the favorites directory to that 
location. Face it bookmark management is pretty much file management. every 
bookmark editor i´ve ever used has amounted to a poor file manager, whwy not 
just use the nautilus icon and list views as the "bookmark editor."  this 
reduces a layer of ui complexity for sure.

thats my opinion at least


Rob Brown-Bayliss <rob zoism org> said:

> On Tue, 2002-07-23 at 19:10, bordoley msu edu wrote:
> > doesn´t work so it was removed from the ui in nautilus. At some time in 
> > future I would like to see nautilus bookmarks removed and replaced with a 
> > favourites folder like in mac os, that is if i can convince the 
> Whats the difference?  Im what if we called it "LINKS" wouldit matter or
> am I missing someting?   
> Or a rose by any other name...
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> *  Rob Brown-Bayliss
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