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Re: [Bulk] Files (gnome 3.6)


To be honest I'm not really a fan of Ubuntu any longer - everything has
been dumbed down so all you have to do is type what you want to do. I
don't like it. Leave apple to do that, I say. I'm not a fan of Fuduntu
for ease of use and Sabayon for hard-coreness.

I say bring back the thinking that a user has a brain!
John Cave

On Tue, Mar 19, 2013, at 10:07 AM, Hannie Dumoleyn wrote:
> Using  and describing Files (formerly Nautilus) is a real struggle. The 
> menu bar now only contains the menu "Files". Other menus like Edit, 
> View, Go, Bookmarks and Help, which could be found in the menu bar in 
> Nautilus 3.4, are now placed on the toolbar in two dropdown menus: View 
> options and Location options. And the only way to Copy/Move is by 
> right-clicking on a file or folder.
> I find it far less useful (eg. no more F3), and not very logical. I have 
> changed the section on the file manager to describe the new situation, 
> but I am far from happy with it. I hope users will get a better file 
> manager in future versions of Ubuntu.
> Sorry for my moaning, just felt like sharing this with you :(
> Hannie
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