Re: bug (feature request?) in nautilus

I'd rather have Nautilus do as the shell does.  The "Replace" option
should not even BE there as it has the potential of being so

[ Skip]    [ Add new files skipping existing ones]

[ Add new files replacing existing ones ]

Would be my three dream buttons in that "Replace?" dialog box.  Now the
problem is, how do buttons 2 and 3 get shorter and meaningful names?


El mar, 16-03-2004 a las 14:06, Alexandre Hautequest escribió:
> Home wrote:
> > You are not pioneer in this question:
> > 
> > Look at the discussion:
> > 
> >
> > 
> > and on bug #136055 itself.
> > 
> > 
> Well, i saw, but didn't understood something. Quoting:
>  > > This bug had been reported many times and still in nautilus 2.4.x and
>  > > 2.5.x. Doesn't anyone think it is a critical problem?
>  >
>  > Its not obvious that this is a bug, but rather a question of different
>  > behaviours and what you're used to. Both MacOS and Unix has always had
>  > the behaviour that nautilus currently has (try doing the same operation
>  > you did in the shell). Of course, it does give problems for people who
>  > are used to the way windows does this. Unfortunately a misunderstanding
>  > about this behaviour can cause loss of data, so its a bit dangerous.
>  >
>  > Maybe we should switch to the window behaviour?
> In shell, it didn't erase old files; instead, they *are* preserved, new 
> files are added. At least on my Unix boxes. I eventually got into 
> problems because of this -- mixing different files with same subdir names.
> So, i can't understand Larsson's post.
> -- 
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