Re: [PMH] Re: [Nautilus-list] Idea for Nautilus and GMC.



So sprach Zak McGregor am Thu, May 24, 2001 at 01:40:02PM +0200:
> Softlinks perhaps? Removing old softlinks for languages no longer used

Something just came up my mind - how often does the average user change the
language, anyway?  Sure, some people are multilingual, but every person has
a mother tongue, or at least a language he's most comfortable/fluent with. 
I doubt that a user might ever change the language.

The only time he might really change the language might be the very first
time he starts GNOME and when the distribution/admin had chosen a wrong
default.

Anyway, *I* would like to find my documents in '~/Dokumente', no matter how
it is displayed.  If GNOME would've started up with a '~/Documents' folder,
I would like to be able to change my language, and then the contents of
~/Documents should be moved to ~/Dokumente, and ~/Documents should then be
removed, so that there aren't as many 'files' in my homedir.

Alexander Skwar
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