It's said in this Fedora forum that finding the nautilus file in Fedora 17 was impossible.
With Fedora 18 the nautilus file was in ~/.config/nautilus/accels
But that was under Gnome 3.8. I know your running the KDE DE-
can something be done (some files tweaked?) for it
to be as customizable as before
Yes, that is if you have the file.
I found the file when I used "locate nautilus" in my terminal-
Which lead me to /usr/share/xfce/helpers/nautilus.desktop
It may be that KDE has some kind of a conflict with nautilus and perhaps that's why you don't have that file. Try running:
You mentioned that there is no way you can customise each folder view.
That makes me suspicious of your install Or the KDE envirnment-
I say that because I do have a way to customise and they are:
-View as icons
-View as detailed list and
-View as compact list
If I knew how to manipulate virtualization software I'd try FC 19 with KDE and test for you.
Sorry that I don't.
One of our Guru's here at LQ: John VV is very good with Red Hat and Fedora.
He has given me wise couscel in the past so (if anyone knows) I think he's the man that would know what is really going on here.
BTW, there are more "removed customizations" I found in Nautilus of FC19:
That doesn't surprse me.
Keep in mind that Fedora is Red Hat's R&D (test bed)and a lot of things change from release to new release. The home directory changes with each new release.
Fedora 19 came with Thunar. Have you found that Thunar doesn't work for you?