Re: 2.10 notes: nautilus questions

On Mon, 2005-02-28 at 22:05 +0100, Murray Cumming wrote:
> I still have a couple of TODO questions for the Nautilsu part of the
> 2.10 release notes - please see below. We have until March 2nd (the
> translation deadline) to get this right.
> "
> The file manager, also known as Nautilus, is even faster and more stable in 
> GNOME 2.10, thanks to changes to its internal architecture. This should 
> allow software developers to extend the file manager more easily in future.

maybe s/extend/maintain and extend/

> The file manager now also works more smoothly with other applications, such as
> Mozilla and Firefox, (TODO: Is this just drag-and-drop? If so, let's just say that.) 
> and has more navigation options. TODO: What options, exactly? 

This is just dnd i think. I don't know about anything else.
Not sure what the navigation options is about. Who added that?

> In addition, there are many small changes that demonstrate GNOME's attention to detail. For instance,
> - The path button is now more obviously a button.
> - When creating new files, renaming starts automatically.
> - When using keyboard navigation to open the parent folder (Alt-Up), the current folder will be selected.

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