Re: suggestions

There is also a python intercase to nautilus-extensions that you could
take advantage of.  I'm fairly sure the examples there could get you up
and going.


On Sat, 2006-03-18 at 16:12 +0100, Kristoffer Lundén wrote:
> On 3/17/06, Marcus Hauser <claydragon web de> wrote:
>         I'd like to make a suggestion for future Nautilus versions.
>         One thing that always bothered me with Microsoft Windows and
>         today on the Nautilus file browser was that you couldn't pass
>         arguments to programs you want to execute in a fast and
>         comfortable way. 
> Hi, just wanted to say that for me, that is a very rare use case,
> usually only when something is not working as expected. No app meant
> to be started from GUI should need commandline options, after all
> (even though they can have it for customization). When needed, I use
> the "open terminal here" extension to start application and examine
> output. 
> You could also look into writing a nautilus script
> ( A suggestion would be a
> script that takes a file, pops a zenity textfield and then executes
> the file with whatever was entered as parameters. Should be pretty
> easy to do. 
> -- Kristoffer
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