Brief diary of an F-7 installation
fc-cornette at insight.rr.com
Wed Jun 20 11:21:58 UTC 2007
Les Mikesell wrote:
> Surely no one who plans on having more than
> one subdirectory would voluntarily pick a file manager that leaves an
> open window at every level if an alternative were presented in an
> equal context during installation.
I have to agree with you on this problem. The defaults for nautilus are
insane. Also needing to set choices like text in bar vs. worthless icon
displays is getting harder to configure. The choices should be browser
mode as default and the preference screen should have more selections
vs. scrambling through gconf-editor which needs to be installed so you
can change bad (IMO) program system behavior options.
> Why would a new user know/care about this instead of just going back to
> whatever OS they used before when they get annoyed with nautilus behavior?
Good point! I would think that the system was as advanced as nt4 and
think. " Turn back! You been down that road before. The bridge is still
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