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Nautilus
Nautilus
Translated and reviewed by David Lodge on 2005-11-09
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.appdata.xml.in:6
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Access and organize files
Access and organise files
Translated by Bruce Cowan on 2011-05-18
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.appdata.xml.in.in:6 data/org.gnome.Nautilus.desktop.in.in:4
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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.
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 filesystem.
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2016-11-03
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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.
Suggested by Andi Chandler on 2015-01-08
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.appdata.xml.in:9
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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.
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.
Translated and reviewed by Andi Chandler on 2015-01-08
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.appdata.xml.in:13
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Run Software
Run Software
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2012-08-22
Located in data/nautilus-autorun-software.desktop.in:3
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Files
Files
Translated by Bruce Cowan on 2011-05-18
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.desktop.in:3 src/nautilus-mime-actions.c:107 src/nautilus-properties-window.c:4602 src/nautilus-window.c:3091
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folder;manager;explore;disk;filesystem;
Translators: Search terms to find this application. Do NOT translate or localize the semicolons! The list MUST also end with a semicolon!
folder;manager;explore;disk;filesystem;
Translated by Bruce Cowan on 2013-03-17
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.desktop.in:6
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New Window
New Window
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2016-09-17
Located in data/org.gnome.Nautilus.desktop.in.in:21 src/resources/ui/nautilus-toolbar.ui:27
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Where to position newly open tabs in browser windows
Where to position newly-opened tabs in browser windows
Translated by David King on 2017-04-29
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:83
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If set to "after-current-tab", then new tabs are inserted after the current tab. If set to "end", then new tabs are appended to the end of the tab list.
If set to "after-current-tab", then new tabs are inserted after the current tab. If set to "end", then new tabs are appended to the end of the tab list.
Translated by Bruce Cowan on 2011-05-18
Located in ../libnautilus-private/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.in.h:2
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Contributors to this translation: Alfredo Hernández, Andi Chandler, Andy Bold, Anthony Harrington, Bruce Cowan, Bruce Cowan, Dan Bishop, Dave Rice, David King, David Lodge, Greg A, James Thorrold, Jeff Bailes, Jen Ockwell, Jono Bacon, Michael, NeilGreenwood, Paul Cartwright, Phil Bull, Robert Readman, Steve Holmes, Tom, Tomasz Chabowski.