Bug#504518: Default mode for nautilus is not browse.
joss at debian.org
Tue Nov 4 21:22:59 UTC 2008
Le mardi 04 novembre 2008 à 13:55 -0500, Jeremy Salwen a écrit :
> In debian, the default mode for nautilus is for it to open everything in a new window. This means that
> if you open a folder, the old one stays open, and thus you build up a huge stack of windows if you
> don't close the old one every time you open a new one. On top of that, the windows open very close to
> right on top of eachother, so when attempting to close the old window, you must be careful not to close
> the one you want to open. I suppose that this is necessary as there is no back button in the
> non-browsing mode, but it doesn't seem like there is any benifit to having the non-browsing mode.
> I don't see any case in which the non-browsing mode is preferred over browsing mode, which is why I
> suggest browsing mode be the default. Normally I would just start nautilus with --browse and not
> suggest changing anything, but other applications open nautilius, such as gnome-mount-applet, and when
> they do so, it is not in browsing mode.
You can change the default in the nautilus preferences.
The default will remain spatial mode for the moment, though.
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