Re: Application Icons

Am Montag, den 09.05.2005, 23:55 -0400 schrieb Chris Spencer: 
> When I use Nautilus to view the menu files in /usr/share/applications, 
> it only shows the value of the name attribute and not the filename of 
> the file itself. Is there any way to get Nautilus to simply display all 
> files as files and not pre-filter them in any way?

No, unfortunately not.
At the moment, you're not even able to display/change the filename of a
desktop file in the property window, which is quiet unbearable. The
latter will hopefully be addressed by a fix on our way to 2.14.
I think having an additional "resolve .desktop Name fields" knob right
in the directory view UI is overhead and won't be implemented. If you
need desktop-ids, just use

find /usr/share/applications -type f | sed 's/^\/usr\/share
\/applications\///' | sort

unfortunately, the order won't be correct for subdirs - but, oh well,
this isn't really common.

Christian Neumair <chris gnome-de org>

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