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  • RedEyed
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    Author of this work also published latency comparison of Wayland vs Xorg:
    https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/mutte...2#note_1206230

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  • JackLilhammers
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    Originally posted by pal666 View Post
    actually it's ctrl-l and then it's usual typing with tab completion, what else you need?
    That's one of the most obscure features in nautilus, especially considering that on almost any other major file manarer (file explorer (win), dolphin, thunar, nemo) it needs just one click on the address bar. Mac os is a notable exception in this case.

    However calling this a feature maybe a little too much...
    It's something we don't want to expose actually since we want the path bar to be used mostly by the breadcrumbs rather than text based paths, which are not quite nice. The feature is more like an easter egg for those who know about this functionality.
    https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/nauti...s/85#note_7170

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  • pal666
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    Originally posted by bple2137 View Post
    I know I can press / to start typing a path, but then it's not very intuitive to navigate
    actually it's ctrl-l and then it's usual typing with tab completion, what else you need?

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  • mppix
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    Originally posted by RedEyed View Post

    Although, I like your debate style and arguments, I would like to ask you to stop contributing off topic discussions.

    Thanks.
    New kid in town?
    Welcome to phoronix

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  • mppix
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    Originally posted by RedEyed View Post

    It shows that GNOME raised from almost 0 to 50% in one year. This stat seems not representative.
    Initially they had fewer systems. Later datasets are more accurate..

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  • gedgon
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    Originally posted by Alexmitter View Post
    The same file times as "ls" would report.
    Nope. You will not see Yesterday 18:00 or Mon 18:00 next to posix-long-iso in ls

    Originally posted by Alexmitter View Post
    You use a VM, with a virtual file system.
    The lag is there on bare metal and tmpfs. Maybe it's not 500 ms, but it's there.


    Originally posted by Alexmitter View Post
    [...] it queue's those operations just fine.
    Apparently, queues are really hard to understand.

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  • RedEyed
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    Originally posted by Alexmitter View Post
    There are 3 very obvious ways to create a bookmark. Either via the a right click and "Add to Bookmarks", or via the folder path menu on top, again "Add to Bookmarks" or by simply dragging the folder to the side panel. "Starred" is something different then bookmarks, but you can use both.


    Your distro does not come with example files in ~/Templates


    The same file times as "ls" would report.


    You use a VM, with a virtual file system. Nautilus and Nemo, for those who do not know are the same thing, they both share most of their code, Nemo is just a continuation for the older Gnome 2 style UI.


    No need to assume, it queue's those operations just fine.

    After all, you do not just show that you put zero effort in even trying to use it, you also come with what you call assumptions while it is just bias.
    Although, I like your debate style and arguments, I would like to ask you to stop contributing off topic discussions.

    Thanks.

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  • Alexmitter
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    Originally posted by david-nk View Post
    There are no bookmarks (though I see a "star" feature at least)
    There are 3 very obvious ways to create a bookmark. Either via the a right click and "Add to Bookmarks", or via the folder path menu on top, again "Add to Bookmarks" or by simply dragging the folder to the side panel. "Starred" is something different then bookmarks, but you can use both.

    Originally posted by david-nk View Post
    , no simple "create file" option,
    Your distro does not come with example files in ~/Templates

    Originally posted by david-nk View Post
    weird and inconsistent file time display
    The same file times as "ls" would report.

    Originally posted by david-nk View Post
    and Nautilus still feels like you're browsing not your own SSD, but an FTP server hosted on a 14.4kbps modem in the Australian outback (~0.5s delay when opening a folder).
    You use a VM, with a virtual file system. Nautilus and Nemo, for those who do not know are the same thing, they both share most of their code, Nemo is just a continuation for the older Gnome 2 style UI.

    Originally posted by david-nk View Post
    I assume Nautilus also still cannot queue copy/move operations like Nemo can.
    No need to assume, it queue's those operations just fine.

    After all, you do not just show that you put zero effort in even trying to use it, you also come with what you call assumptions while it is just bias.

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  • RedEyed
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    It shows that GNOME raised from almost 0 to 50% in one year. This stat seems not representative.
    Last edited by RedEyed; 14 July 2021, 01:55 AM.

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  • middy
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    i just want to add, i like nautilus and don't understand the hate. its fast for me and works extremely well. i really like the move to and copy to dialogs in the right-click menu. its clean, light, fast, and has everything you need without the bloat. it looks nice.

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