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Nautilus - Address bar, Search

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Nautilus - Address bar, Search
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Submitted:  Sep 30 2007

Description:

Some improvements for nautilus which are basically built in allready or are rather simple to do so.

You maybe have seen the address bar effect somewhere. I think it can be very useful, we should discuss on how it should be done and I think we really should implement something like that.

The Search box also can be veerry handy. In special when you are searching files in a huge folder. This is basically built in in nautilus, press ctrl+s (uses wildcards).

More description in the Screenshot/Mockup.



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 Nautilus - Address

 
 by dotangelo on: Sep 30 2007
 
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I completely agree, that's a good idea.
But it hink that it would be a bit hard to realize it.


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 Re: Nautilus - Addre

 
 by lukeen on: Sep 30 2007
 
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as i said:
this search feature is nearly implemented, just press ctrl+s and search a phrase by using wildcards, then matching objects will be selected.

and the other thing:
well, we could keep the buttons by adding / buttons. and to list folders of a directory cannot be difficult for an file browser ;)


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 2 is done

 
 by Cheba on: Sep 30 2007
 
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2 is implemented in gtk 2.12+. At least in open dialog.


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 Re: 2 is done

 
 by lukeen on: Sep 30 2007
 
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hmm i have gtk+ 2.12.1, so which dialog do you mean. where can i test it?


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 Re: Re: 2 is done

 
 by smartboyathome on: Oct 28 2007
 
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If you press the button to get a text menu and start typing the full path in nautilus, it should show you the folders that match what you are typing.


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 Buttons

 
 by tyr321 on: Oct 13 2007
 
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Please leave the buttons as an option, it is so much easier to travel up and down a path.


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 Search is there

 
 by Phrodo00 on: Mar 8 2008
 
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Searching is already implemented, just type what you are looking for and a textbox will appear and will select the first match of what you looked for, it's the same in most gtktreelistviews.


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 Nice.

 
 by kitbarnes on: Apr 3 2009
 
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Nice idea.
Curiously enough, of my entire shuffling music collection, Eels appeared the moment I read that.


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