Re: [Nautilus-list] CD Burning or "in case you get overwhelmed with copious free time"

For some reason I think there is an enhancement request for this
somewhere deep in nautilus bugzilla. I like the general idea. Could the
interface to mkisofs, cdrecord etc be put into a special VFS module, so
that it could be used by other programs as well?


On Wed, 2002-03-27 at 09:03, Tuomas Kuosmanen wrote:
> On Wed, 2002-03-27 at 15:38, Calum Benson wrote:
>     Tuomas Kuosmanen wrote:
>     > 
>     >
>     >         * Once you are done, you want to eject it. So the normal way,
>     >           you drag it to the trashcan which, on macosX normally turns
>     >           into an Eject symbol if you drag a CD-Rom there. In this case
>     >           though, it changes to a "BURN CD!" icon.
>     Hmm... so as well as bizarrely meaning "eject disk", the trashcan now
>     means "burn cd" as well?  And you worked this out without reading the
>     user guide?  You need professional help :o)
> Nopey, that was not the point. If Mac wants to eject the disks by
> dragging the stuff to trash, at least it is consistent with itself on
> those things. But that was not my point, we dont even eject CD's by
> dragging them to the trash. However, this is a long tradition on Macs,
> users tend to know how it works. But enough of how-mac-works.
> Of course we would do something like having a "BURN CD" button on the
> toolbar of such "virtual CD view" nautilus window, that would be the
> natural way. My point was rather the rest of how it works, like
> mastering the CD contents by just dragging folders in the CD directory
> and burning it upon eject. All that makes sense.
>     (I hope you can just Ctrl-click on the CD icon and select "Burn CD" or
>     something as well...?)
> Yea, probably. Dont have osx with a burner here right now.
> Tuomas
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