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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    I understand perfectly what you mean, however, Ubuntu in its assumptions is: "The main purpose of distribution is to provide home users with a complete, open system that will be easy to use and at the same time stable, reliable and modern."


    I believe that this is not true and the environment requires too much of me to bring the environment into good condition.


    I will see your proposal, but it is very time consuming and I do not know if today I will be able to see it all.

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    .. it is very time consuming


    It is also time consuming for forum contributors trying to point out alternatives to Windows world.

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfly41 View Post
    It is also time consuming for forum contributors trying to point out alternatives to Windows world.[/COLOR]
    Amen!

    The approach "I want the same as Windows" is not really the right entry point...

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    The fact that I refer to Windows as a pattern is not accidental. Windows was poor for a long time but please get out of the cave where you live and see how many small things have been refined in Windows.


    I don't know if you know, but 99% of the world is unable to support Ubuntu through the high entry threshold it has.


    Who is this system targeted at? To a narrow group of specialists?


    Ubuntu wants to promote itself as a widely available and simple operating system, which is a convenient replacement for Windows. This is not true - it is a lie.




    Unfortunately, but Ubuntu is missing a lot to achieve the level of Windows support.


    I'm not saying that Windows is the best, but it has a lot of things you can't find in Ubuntu and that's a fact. It's not that Windows is about the good solutions it offers.

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    Quote Originally Posted by grzegrze View Post
    please get out of the cave where you live.
    I dream about living in a cave.

    Currently, I live in a supermarket shopping trolley with a polythene carrier bag as a roof

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    Quote Originally Posted by tea for one View Post
    I dream about living in a cave.

    Currently, I live in a supermarket shopping trolley with a polythene carrier bag as a roof
    You don't understand it's figurative, right?


    Why do you take all this so much to yourself?

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    If you don't like Gnome, don't use Gnome. Simple as that. I don't like Gnome either and use KDE or XFCE for my Linux desktops.

    Gnome however is preferred by system vendors, since it is simple, with few configuration options and it is therefore easier to support.

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    GNOME is a swamp and should not be added as a base shell.


    I set up Kubuntu half a night, I'm happy, no more GNOME.

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    I set up Kubuntu half a night, I'm happy, no more GNOME.
    So perhaps for the benefit of future readers you can now mark this thread as solved. See "thread tools" at top of page.

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    Re: Nautilus problem...

    Quote Originally Posted by grzegrze View Post
    1. Why does the right mouse button on the system have no option to create a new file?
    I just did a right-click on my desktop and got:
    -Create new Folder
    -Create new Document --->
    -Open in Terminal
    -Open as Root
    -Customize
    -Paste

    And I did not read the rest of your complaints.

    But maybe you need a new desktop . I use the Nemo Desktop.

    https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2445521

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