Re: Nautilus splitted-view
- From: Cody Russell <bratsche gnome org>
- To: Marc Müller <marcmueller1991 googlemail com>
- Cc: nautilus-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Nautilus splitted-view
- Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 13:42:25 -0600
On Sat, 2008-02-09 at 11:45 +0100, Marc Müller wrote:
> Hello dear Gnome developers,
> I recently switched from KDE to the Gnome Desktop environment and I
> love Gnome so far. But there is one thing I miss from KDE: The option
> to split the view in the file browser. It's a really nice feature,
> which greatly enhances the workflow. Now, I'm writing this mail
> because I wanted to ask if it might be possible to include such a
> feature into the next version, or versions, of the Nautilus file
> browser. I would really like to help but I just recently started to
> learn coding, so I don't think that I'd be really good at helping, but
> nevertheless, I created a mock-up of what I think would be a could way
> to implement the splitted view. It's attached to this e-mail. My
> Nautilus is in German but I think it's still easy to see what I mean.
> Anyway, all the best, and keep up the good work.
I just took a quick look at the screenshot, and my first impression is
that of confusion. I see the Location entry indicating that the current
directory is "/", but on either side of the pane I see two different
directories and there is no apparent indication about which one is
actually "/", and what the other one is.
Can you explain the purpose of this feature in a little more detail,
because I don't understand yet how it is useful. So far it just seems
potentially confusing, at least to me.
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