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  • KDE's Dolphin File Manager Now Has A "Share" Menu

    Phoronix: KDE's Dolphin File Manager Now Has A "Share" Menu

    The latest work on improving KDE's usability is adding a "share" menu to the Dolphin file manager...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...hin-Share-Menu

  • #2
    NOOOOOO!!!!!

    I realize young people can't eat a meal without taking a photo and sharing it on Instagram but I do not want this built into my file-manager. I realize resistance is futile but I'm going to whine about it anyway. Please don't add like and subscribe and report buttons in addition to this. I can easily not use Facebook or Twitter or any of those things (I do use vlive.tv, I must have that kpop fix) but I don't want to avoid using a file-manger (though there's always Midnight Commander as a fallback).

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    • #3
      They should reduce the redundancy of options in that menu perhaps.

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      • #4
        Are they going to replace our programs with "Apps" too?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by xiando View Post
          I realize young people can't eat a meal without taking a photo and sharing it on Instagram but I do not want this built into my file-manager. I realize resistance is futile but I'm going to whine about it anyway. Please don't add like and subscribe and report buttons in addition to this. I can easily not use Facebook or Twitter or any of those things (I do use vlive.tv, I must have that kpop fix) but I don't want to avoid using a file-manger (though there's always Midnight Commander as a fallback).
          Get a grip, fogey. Even without the social media aspect, this feature is a handy shortcut (such as the email feature). There are less practical things that have been on this menu for a while now.

          As labyrinth 153 said, there is some redundancy in the menus, or at the very least, some things could be grouped into sub-menus.

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          • #6
            this would be very nice, most of my interaction with a file manager is to send files to other people

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            • #7
              The best Linux file manager get even better.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by xiando View Post
                NOOOOOO!!!!!

                I realize young people can't eat a meal without taking a photo and sharing it on Instagram but I do not want this built into my file-manager. I realize resistance is futile but I'm going to whine about it anyway. Please don't add like and subscribe and report buttons in addition to this. I can easily not use Facebook or Twitter or any of those things (I do use vlive.tv, I must have that kpop fix) but I don't want to avoid using a file-manger (though there's always Midnight Commander as a fallback).
                you want less features? go nautilus or something like that...

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                • #9
                  I would appreciate it if all features like this were plugins.

                  We already have a "web file manager" called a web browser.

                  I guess Ive never been a fan of storing anything on a internet service due to the WeOwnYourSoul lock in.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by xiando View Post
                    NOOOOOO!!!!!

                    I realize young people can't eat a meal without taking a photo and sharing it on Instagram but I do not want this built into my file-manager. I realize resistance is futile but I'm going to whine about it anyway. Please don't add like and subscribe and report buttons in addition to this. I can easily not use Facebook or Twitter or any of those things (I do use vlive.tv, I must have that kpop fix) but I don't want to avoid using a file-manger (though there's always Midnight Commander as a fallback).
                    How about just not pushing any of the buttons under the "share" menu? It's not like you're forced to share now...

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