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Old 03-09-2005, 01:04 PM   #1
Ebel
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"Open with" for directories in spatial Nautilus


In nautilus one can add applications to the "open with" option for directories. I like the "open with terminal" myself. In browser mode if you go to a folder the "open with" buttons are to the left. So you can navigate to a folder and then open that folder with a terminal. However with spatial nautilus you have to navigate to the folder above the one you want, right click on the folder and click "open with". How can you access the "open with" menu when you're inside the folder you want to 'open'?

I've only found one other person who had the same problem. It was on the nautilus-list.
http://mail.gnome.org/archives/nauti.../msg00050.html
 
  


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