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Re: Nautilus



On Sat, 2004-05-29 at 17:01, Gerald Thompson wrote:
> On Thu, 2004-05-27 at 04:00, Chadley Wilson wrote:
> > Sorry guys one more.
> > 
> > What has happened to nautilus?
> > When I open it the are no big buttons, If I dbl click a folder it opens
> > a new window. and It looks like win95 :-< 
> > How does one get it back to what it looked like and behaved like in FC1?
> > :-}
> > -- 
> > Chadley - Linux Rocks
> > Welcome to my world.
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> 
> Hi Chad;
> 
> I was wondering the same thing myself, however, I found the trick.
> 
> Instead of Double Clicking on the Computer icon or the user's Home
> folder, right click on it and choose Browse Folder.  This will bring up
> the view that stays in one window and gives you all the old menu bars
> you are used to.
> 
> You can also access the Browse Filesystem from the Gnome menu which
> gives you the same view as right clicking on the Computer icon on your
> desktop.
> 
> I was just as frustrated as you were until I tried right clicking on a
> folder and chose Browse Folder and whammo I got the old Nautilus view
> that I prefer that has all the menu bars and it stays in one window
> while you navigate.
> 
> Sincerely,
> Gerald Thompson
> 

or go to:
  
Menu/System Tools/Configuration Editor

then click the box at:

/apps/nautilus/preferences/always_use_browser






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