Last edited by VinDSL; April 27th, 2013 at 08:06 PM. Reason: Added screenie
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For someone who doesn't use the voluminous sidebar much, i miss the bookmark button that was in the top panel by the search button.
Not sure if this has been posted?
Simplest may be just navigate to those folders (Documents, Downloads, ect.) & go ctrl+d on each one
nautilus-3.6+ stores bookmarks in a new location that nautilus-3.4 doesn't know about, (.config/gtk-3.0/bookmarks
Will you guys Please stop discussing 13.04 in this Sub-Forum? It's time to shift Focus to 13.10 now that 13.10 Daily Builds are up! Otherwise I will have to start Reporting Posts in this Sub-Forum that continue to discuss 13.04!
2013 Dell Inspiron 15 3521 Laptop, 2010 Dell Inspiron 1012 Mini Net Book, 2010 Dell Inspiron Zino HD 400, Sprint Samsung Galaxy S4, and Apple IPad Mini WIFI Only.
Anyway it may be possible to add a toolbar item to open the current Bookmark window but doesn't seem of much value.
Bookmarks is really only useful to edit bookmarks, mainly user added ones. (Default "Places" bookmarks can't be moved, don't see much point in renaming them.
As far as navigating from the Bookmarks window that seems to be a maybe once, then crash. (They really should have keep the name 'Edit Bookmarks'
There used to be a kind of tree-view sidebar on the Image Viewer, but that's disappeared too. Anyone know how to get that back?
Basically, any feature I found useful has gone in 13.04 - even wireless access is broken for me because of this bug so I'm plugged in using a wire on my netbook. And to think that I originally made the switch from Windows to Ubuntu a few years ago because Microsoft were making it impossible to use for work because of their obsession with tablet design ... and now Ubuntu appears to be going the same way. What a pain! Some of my colleagues have already switched to Mint. I may have to too.
And found another gem. Clicking backspace doesn't go one level up anymore...
(replaces current up dir. binding with backspace key
Add this to a new line at bottom, don't be tempted to make it look like the other lines..Code:gedit ~/.config/nautilus/accels
restart nautilus or log out/inCode:(gtk_accel_path "<Actions>/ShellActions/Up" "BackSpace")
I can agree on that it was an surprise...Surprise, surprise
Thanks tutorial did worked. Now if only other few millions of users will find this tutorial... If anybody knows official rationale to ditch this i would like to read it because i got use to gems like this and to hear/read the rationale behind them.you can actually change that in nautilus quite easily.