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peter at thecodergeek.com
Sat Nov 4 03:23:24 UTC 2006
Andy Green wrote:
> No, that is simply not true. Where is the Gnome kate?
gedit? Scribes? Bluefish?
> [...] How can I make multiple panes in nautilus?
Tabs, as I understand it, are a usability hindrance
(application-centric vs. document/work-centric), and so are
recommended against by the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines.
> Can I make a konsole inside the nautilus frame that retains pwd
Install the nautilus-open-terminal package, then right click
someplace in the open directory in Nautilus and select the "Open
Terminal Here..." option.
> [...] (If there is a way to do the equivalent in Gnome, I will be
> grateful to be educated)
gnome-vfs uses sftp:// has a URI type for these files, not fish://.
Try: `gedit sftp://user@server/index.html` or something similar.
> I can sum up the TRUE schism between Gnome and KDE: Gnome hackers
> know C. KDE hackers know C++. Over time that holds back Gnome,
> advances KDE, and all the while Redhat ignore it they only damage
That's not necessarily true. Many cool new GNOME applications and
plugins are written in higher-level languages like Python and
Peter Gordon (codergeek42)
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