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Can't pass document URIs to a 'Type=Link' desktop entry
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Located in ../cut-n-paste-code/libegg/eggdesktopfile.c:1373
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Located in ../cut-n-paste-code/libegg/eggsmclient.c:228
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A string containing the saved geometry and coordinates string for navigation windows.
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Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:334
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A string specifying how parts of overlong file names should be replaced by ellipses, depending on the zoom level. Each of the list entries is of the form "Zoom Level:Integer". For each specified zoom level, if the given integer is larger than 0, the file name will not exceed the given number of lines. If the integer is 0 or smaller, no limit is imposed on the specified zoom level. A default entry of the form "Integer" without any specified zoom level is also allowed. It defines the maximum number of lines for all other zoom levels. Examples: 0 - always display overlong file names; 3 - shorten file names if they exceed three lines; smallest:5,smaller:4,0 - shorten file names if they exceed five lines for zoom level "smallest". Shorten file names if they exceed four lines for zoom level "smaller". Do not shorten file names for other zoom levels. Available zoom levels: smallest (33%), smaller (50%), small (66%), standard (100%), large (150%), larger (200%), largest (400%)
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Located in ../libnautilus-private/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.in.h:49
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An integer specifying how parts of overlong file names should be replaced by ellipses on the desktop. If the number is larger than 0, the file name will not exceed the given number of lines. If the number is 0 or smaller, no limit is imposed on the number of displayed lines.
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Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:320
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Folders over this size will be truncated to around this size. The purpose of this is to avoid unintentionally blowing the heap and killing Nautilus on massive folders. A negative value denotes no limit. The limit is approximate due to the reading of folders chunk-wise.
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Translated and reviewed by Vladimer Sichinava on 2008-09-19
Located in ../libnautilus-private/apps_nautilus_preferences.schemas.in.h:43
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For users with mice that have "Forward" and "Back" buttons, this key will determine if any action is taken inside of Nautilus when either is pressed.
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Located in ../libnautilus-private/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.in.h:18
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For users with mice that have buttons for "Forward" and "Back", this key will set which button activates the "Back" command in a browser window. Possible values range between 6 and 14.
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Located in ../libnautilus-private/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.in.h:22
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For users with mice that have buttons for "Forward" and "Back", this key will set which button activates the "Forward" command in a browser window. Possible values range between 6 and 14.
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Located in ../libnautilus-private/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.in.h:20
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If set to true, then Nautilus will exit when all windows are destroyed. This is the default setting. If set to false, it can be started without any window, so nautilus can serve as a daemon to monitor media automount, or similar tasks.
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Located in ../libnautilus-private/apps_nautilus_preferences.schemas.in.h:61
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Contributors to this translation: Alexander Didebulidze, David Machakhelidze, Giorgi Maghlakelidze, Mpa4Hu, Vladimer Sichinava, Vladimer Sichinava, nukri.