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Am 28.03.2011 11:41, schrieb Nicu Buculei:
On 03/28/2011 02:57 AM, Julian Aloofi wrote:
> For almost all users coming to Gnome Shell it will not be the natural
> thing to open the file manager program to manage their files.
> In most desktop environments this program is pretty well hidden, and
> people open folders, not the file manager. Gnome2 didn't even have it in
> the menus as far as I can see.
Usually you don't need the file manager to be prominent since you can
start navigating the file system right from the desktop, wither from the
Computer icon or from the folder shortcuts on your desktop.
Exactly what I was trying to say. This is definitely missing now. Maybe
it would be possible to bring desktop icons back until this is solved?
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