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Re: Dolphin Ctrl+N New Window Problem.



On Sunday 15 June 2008 15:02:49 nicholas Yau wrote:
> Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Sunday 15 June 2008 09:07:00 Nicholas Yau wrote:
> >> hi there, after i open the dolphin file manager, and i do Ctrl+N to open
> >> a new window, the new window file location input turned readonly, i
> >> cannot key in any word, please try to figure out is there any same
> >> problem encountered. thanks.
> >
> > Hi, Nicholas.  I've just tried this both under Fedora and under Mandriva.
> >  In both cases I could copy and paste a file, so it's definitely not
> > read-only. I can't think what could cause it, assuming that you are
> > actually looking at a directory for which you have write permission.
> >
> > Anne
>
> i think you misunderstood my problem. please follow this steps:
>
> 1. open dolphin
> 2. crtl+n (combination key - not mouse select)
> you are now in the new window
>
Yes, that's what I did.

> 3. try to edit the location bar by typing something in it. see whether
> is the input let you key in anything. thanks.
>
I did think that you meant the whole directory was read-only.  However, I've 
just followed your instructions, and I have no problem changing directory by 
typing into the location bar.

Anne


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