On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 12:47:14PM -0600, Les Mikesell wrote: > Can someone who likes (even tolerates) spatial mode describe why? I'm > completely baffled as to why anyone would prefer windows left open all over > the place randomly instead of just explicitly opening ones yourself in > places where you want them. For me, it is _always_ extra work to close the > unwanted windows compared to opening the ones I want. Let me chime in. I love spatial mode. Because every folder has its place and size. I know that when I open my Movies folder it will appear in upper-left part of screen. When I open my NAS share, it will open at the bottom. When I open my PDF dir it will be at the right place on screen, and will be scrolled down to position when I finished last time. When I open my photos folder, it will have List View activated. That's what spatial is about -- keepin each folder size and position. The second part of your question is pure FUD. When I open new window and don't want parent directory open, I just open with middle button. Some people prefer Shift+click in this situation. I never has to use "Close all parent folder" (ctrl-shift-w), but I aware it exist. And my middle button is between left and right button. On my laptop. -- Tomasz Torcz To co nierealne -- tutaj jest normalne. zdzichu irc -nie spam- pl Ziomale na życie mają tu patenty specjalne.
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