[Nautilus-list] Hiding more directories (was Re: Integration of gmc and nautilus desktop directories.)

on 4/14/01 10:05 AM, jacob berkman at jacob ximian com wrote:

> On 14 Apr 2001 08:18:40 +0300, Tuomas Kuosmanen wrote:
>> I know this is not a perfect solution. Bad Things happen if you rename
>> the ~/evolution or ~/Nautilus or ~/nsmail dirs for example. But all
>> these things could be solved somehow. A list of "common things to hide
>> on the desktop" for example.
> this is exactly what Mac OS X does.
> they have a .hidden directory which the finder looks in for
> folders/files not to show.  So when you open a hard drive, you see
> Applications,  Documents, etc. and not usr, bin, man etc.
> this seems like a good idea to me, but perhaps i am missing something.

This sounds kinda like the "black list" mentioned in

    -- Darin

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