Re: [orca-list] distribution for netbook
- From: Justin Harford <blindstein gmail com>
- To: orca-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: [orca-list] distribution for netbook
- Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2011 12:57:23 -0800
I'm sure that command line is the best. I was just playing with mplayer last night and enjoying it. I wonder
if you could recommend to me a mail client to run from the terminal?
El 12-12-2011, a las 10:24, hackingKK escribió:
On 12/12/11 07:05, Justin Harford wrote:
El 11-12-2011, a las 16:14, Luke Yelavich escribió:
I am guessing that your music folder is rather large. Unfortunately nautilus will take a while to show
the folder on any system if the folder has a lot in it. This is because the accessibility framework has
to go over the contents of the folder and create accessibility objects for every folder and file that
nautilus intends to show graphically.
Hmm, well I guess I could try to not put all my artists in one basket. I wonder if a go around would be to
go into the music folder through the gnome-terminal and open an artist from there. For example under the
mac terminal there is an "open" command, which, when applied to a directory will open it in the file
browser. That way I could jump to the artist that I want to listen to and skip the big overcrowded music
Command line is always the best option.
I would stress here *not just better BEST*
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