Re: Nautilus preferences proposal

On 28 Apr 2002, David Emory Watson wrote:

> On Sun, 2002-04-28 at 14:32, Dave Bordoley wrote:
> > 3. Nautilus is so not a web brower right now. So defining were home goes
> > is silly in that respect. We will not be anything resembling a web
> > browser until both galeon and mozilla are finished being ported and
> > tested.
> Yes, but won't it be a web browser in the future?  If so, I see no
> reason to remove the functionally...

Opinions vary on this. Miguel for instance claims that we're forever lost 
if we don't make Nautilus a great browser, since all Windows users are 
used to this and demand it.

Personally I think that while we should not remove the possibility for 
Nautilus to view content of all types (including html) inline, we should 
concentrate on making Nautilus a good file manager. Managing files may 
include looking at html files, but it does not include full featured 

Darin, what is your opinion on this?

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