(First let me apologize if I have posted this thread in the wrong location).
I am running Ubuntu 11.10. My file manager is Nautilus 3.2.1.
My question is, is there a way to change the default format that Nautilus uses when renaming a file inside a folder? For instance, if you open a folder and either right click on the filename and select Rename or click the file to select it then, go to edit>Rename; is there a way to change the format behavior of Nautilus? I am trying to....for example, .add Bold Text to the filename, change the Alignment of the text in the filename, (Left Align, Center, Right Align, Justified) add Color to the text, etc.
I have tried to create a line of text in LibreOffice then copy/paste it into the "Rename File" box but it didn't work. It seems that the only way that Nautilus will accept text is in a Plain Text format on a single line.
I have been to Nautilus' web site but I wasn't able to find what I needed there.
I don't even know if what I am trying to do is possible but I am not going to give up without at least asking.
Any help with this matter is greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance.