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Re: Call for vote: Nautilus use Browser view for fedora 11

Mark wrote:

The question is simple:
Lets use the browser view of nautilus in the next fedora release.

A new window for each folder that i open is so painful!!

The first thing I do with a new install, or new userid, is to change Nautilus so that it gives a list instead of icons, does not open a new window with every click, but goes to the new directory in the current window. Show tree instead of places on the left, and give me <shift-Del>.

Perhaps I am an oldtimer. On my few XP systems, the first thing I do there is change to the 'classic view'.

I also miss a feature I have on my Centos 5 systems: I can right click on the desktop and hit 't' to open a terminal window. I don't have to put a terminal window laucher on the panel if I don't want to. I need LOTS of terminal windows to make it through the day....

1. My taskbar fills up in notime each time i open a new folder
2. New features of nautilus: tabbed browsing! completely useless if
your not using the browser mode
3. Tabbed browsing (files/folders or web) is "hot" these days
4. It feels so.. old (windows 95? 3.11?)
just to name a few

Cross posted to the devel list because it's for the next fedora
version (currently in development thus the devel list)

Bug report: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=477052 (wow! i
couldn't find an existing one for this! made one myself)

So, lets vote:

+1 from me

I hope this can be done for Fedora 11 (it's just changing one gconf value).
All vote plz


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