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Old 08-10-2017, 12:15 PM   #1
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GTK+3 filechooser location bar and side panel questions

Hello, all,

I recently updated my Slackware -current and now most GTK applications link to GTK+3. I have two questions, specifically regarding the GTK+3 filechooser:

- Is there any way to have the location bar permanently at the top, like in GTK+2? Instead of typing CTRL+L each time?

- Is there any way to hide mount points from the side panel? I have a lot of mount points and having them all displaying pushed my bookmarks way down and I have to scroll. (Also I don't have gvfs installed, so I cannot hide them on fstab).

BTW, the 2d point - mount points - was already a problem for a while, with GTK+2, since I updated from 14.1 to current 2-3 months ago. However this new behaviour with the hidden location bar makes it non-intuitive to use.

Thank you in advance


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