Re: To be able to paste in to actual directory using the top Breadcrumb


Thanks for the feedback. I must say I agree and I am happy to inform you that the in-development version (which will become version 3.30) has got the Paste action in the current directory menu, accessible by clicking the breadcrumb.

If you want to test the unstable version, follow these steps:
    1. Make sure Flatpak is installed or install it following these steps
    2. Install the unstable version of the app following this link

Just Dust <info justdust es> escreveu no dia sexta, 1/06/2018 às 07:34:
To be able to paste in to a directory using the top Breadcrumb.
In some version of Nautilus (at least till ubuntu 16.04) the possibility to Right Click, on the top Breadcrumb actual directory, and PASTE was removed.

Why is so important? Now to paste something in a directory, I have to exit the directory, and right button over the directory name in filelist, and paste.

And you can say, you can paste inside the directory clicking in a empty space...

Well if you have more than 20-30 files, there is no empty space to click on, so the only solution i found is to exit directory and right click.

In the past (nautilus of ubuntu 16.04) just right click in the top breadcrumb actual directory paste, worked perfect, now is hell.


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