Re: Nautilus Preview
- From: Paul Wellner Bou <paul purecodes org>
- To: nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Nautilus Preview
- Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2007 10:02:02 +0100
Thanks very much.
You can disable thumbnailers per-type in gconf. I.e. for pdf it would
Great. I'll try this.
Then I noticed that nautilus is not displaying right the "index.theme"
files in the theme directories of in ~/.theme. Nautilus displays the the
name of the theme instead of the file name. Well, this wouldn't be so
bad, but this way I am not able to open the file 'normally' with a text
editor. What is nautilus doing there? Is there a way to change this
This is because the file is a desktop file. These are used for things
like menus and shortcuts in the free desktops. So, we display the name
listed in them, not the filename. You should still be able to open them
correctly with the open-with context menu.
Is there a way to disable this behaviour? At least browsing in Nautilus?
Or is nautilus the wrong file manager for me if I want to browse and
manage my _real_ files? I really would like to see the filenames of my
Thanks and regards
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