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Nautilus, also known as Files, is the default file manager of the GNOME desktop. It provides a simple and integrated way of managing your files and browsing your file system.
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Located in data/
Nautilus supports all the basic functions of a file manager and more. It can search and manage your files and folders, both locally and on a network, read and write data to and from removable media, run scripts, and launch applications. It has three views: Icon Grid, Icon List, and Tree List. Its functions can be extended with plugins and scripts.
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Run Software
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Located in data/
Connect to Server
set dialog properties
სერვერთან დაკავშირება
Translated and reviewed by Vladimer Sichinava on 2007-03-02
Located in ../data/ ../src/nautilus-connect-server-dialog.c:547
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Located in data/ src/nautilus-mime-actions.c:107 src/nautilus-properties-window.c:4602 src/nautilus-window.c:3091
Access and organize files
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Located in data/ data/
Translators: Search terms to find this application. Do NOT translate or localize the semicolons! The list MUST also end with a semicolon!
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Located in data/
Open a New Window
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Located in debian/
Saved search
დამახსოვრებული ძიება
Translated and reviewed by Vladimer Sichinava on 2006-02-03
Located in ../data/
Archive Mounter
არქივის დამონტაჟება
Translated and reviewed by David Machakhelidze on 2008-09-20
Located in debian/
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Contributors to this translation: Alexander Didebulidze, David Machakhelidze, Giorgi Maghlakelidze, Vladimer Sichinava, Vladimer Sichinava.