Re: Nautilus Up button


actually it does not, it is a different concept. Back brings you bak to the previous place you were at before going into a directory, if you do the following:


then pressing back will work like the up putton, if you "jump" from one folder to the other :


then back will not function like up, back bill bring you back to /tmp, up would have brought you to /tmp/test. If you do not use breadcrumbs and copy/paste a path in Nautilus, when you press back it bring you to wherever you were before you pasted the path (which is what the back concept is supposed to do), if you just want to go up a level there is no way of doing that with the mouse, you have to modify the path manually in the location entry, which is not very comfortable.


On 11/07/2011 12:22 AM, Jasper St. Pierre wrote:
There are "Back" and "Forward" buttons to the right of the location
field. The "Back" button functions as an "Up" button, does it not?

On Sun, Nov 6, 2011 at 6:18 PM, Gabriel<rossetti gabriel gmail com>  wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am trying to re-enable the "up a level" button on Nuatilus. Before you all
tell me to use breadcrumbs, I would like to say that I don't like it and
prefer using the "always-use-location-entry" option instead. While I
understand that you would want to have chosen a default for most users
(remove the "up" button and force breadcrumbs) I believe that if a user
chooses to use the "always-use-location-entry" over breadcrumbs then the
"up" button should either be enabled too or at least have a separate option
of it.

So, can someone please tell me how to re-enable the "up" button or suggest a
good Nautilus alternative that has it?

Thank you,
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