Re: .hidden files? what dos that mean?

It's totally sweet.  You can create a file called ".hidden" in any
directory, and in it list files that you don't want nautilus to show. For instance, my ~/.hidden contains "evolution" which causes nautilus to
not show ~/evolution.

thanks for the explanation

and thanks to the developers for implementing that

Are this .hidden files compatible with GNUstep's GWorkspace (the file manager of GNUstep) .hidden files who have the same goal ?

Bertrand Dekoninck

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