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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
In upstream:
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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If set to true, then Nautilus will show a delete permanently context menu item to bypass the Trash.
If set to true, then Nautilus will show a delete permanently context menu item to bypass emptying the Rubbish Bin.
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2017-05-08
In upstream:
If set to true, then Nautilus will show a delete permanently context menu item to bypass emptying the Wastebasket.
Suggested by David King on 2017-04-29
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:104
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Whether to ask for confirmation when deleting files, or emptying the Trash
Whether to ask for confirmation when deleting files, or emptying the Rubbish Bin
Translated by Anthony Harrington on 2016-10-19
Reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2017-05-08
In upstream:
Whether to ask for confirmation when deleting files, or emptying the Wastebasket
Suggested by David King on 2017-04-29
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:113
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If set to true, then Nautilus will ask for confirmation when you attempt to delete files, or empty the Trash.
If set to true, then Nautilus will ask for confirmation when you attempt to delete files, or empty the Rubbish Bin.
Translated by Michael on 2010-08-29
Reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2015-10-10
In upstream:
If set to true, then Nautilus will ask for confirmation when you attempt to delete files, or empty the Wastebasket.
Suggested by David Lodge on 2008-03-03
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:112
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Speed tradeoff for when to show the number of items in a folder. If set to "always" then always show item counts, even if the folder is on a remote server. If set to "local-only" then only show counts for local file systems. If set to "never" then never bother to compute item counts.
Speed tradeoff for when to show the number of items in a folder. If set to "always" then always show item counts, even if the folder is on a remote server. If set to "local-only" then only show counts for local filesystems. If set to "never" then never bother to compute item counts.
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2016-11-03
In upstream:
Speed tradeoff for when to show the number of items in a folder. If set to "always" then always show item counts, even if the folder is on a remote server. If set to "local-only" then only show counts for local file systems. If set to "never" then never bother to compute item counts.
Suggested by Bruce Cowan on 2011-05-18
Located in ../libnautilus-private/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.in.h:10
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Whether to show the user a package installer dialog in case an unknown MIME type is opened, in order to search for an application to handle it.
Whether to show the user a package installer dialogue if an unknown MIME type is opened, in order to search for an application to handle it.
Translated by Anthony Harrington on 2016-10-19
Reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2017-05-08
In upstream:
Whether to show the user a package installer dialogue in case an unknown MIME type is opened, in order to search for an application to handle it.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington on 2016-10-19
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:135
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Show a warning dialog for the change of the shortcut for move to the Trash
Show a warning dialogue for the change of the shortcut for move to the Rubbish Bin
Translated by Anthony Harrington on 2016-10-19
Reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2017-05-08
In upstream:
Show a warning dialogue for the change of the shortcut for move to the Wastebasket
Suggested by David King on 2017-04-29
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:137
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Show a warning dialog for the change of the shortcut for move to the Trash from Control + Delete to just Delete.
Show a warning dialogue for the change of the shortcut for move to the Rubbish Bin from Control + Delete to just Delete.
Translated and reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2017-05-08
In upstream:
Show a warning dialogue for the change of the shortcut for move to the Wastebasket from Control + Delete to just Delete.
Suggested by David King on 2017-04-29
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:138
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Speed trade-off for when to show a file as a thumbnail. If set to "always" then always thumbnail, even if the folder is on a remote server. If set to "local-only" then only show thumbnails for local file systems. If set to "never" then never bother to thumbnail files, just use a generic icon. Despite what the name may suggest, this applies to any previewable file type.
Speed trade-off for when to show a file as a thumbnail. If set to "always" then always thumbnail, even if the folder is on a remote server. If set to "local-only" then only show thumbnails for local filesystems. If set to "never" then never bother to thumbnail files, just use a generic icon. Despite what the name may suggest, this applies to any previewable file type.
Translated by Anthony Harrington on 2016-11-03
Reviewed by Anthony Harrington on 2017-05-08
In upstream:
Speed trade-off for when to show a file as a thumbnail. If set to "always" then always thumbnail, even if the folder is on a remote server. If set to "local-only" then only show thumbnails for local file systems. If set to "never" then never bother to thumbnail files, just use a generic icon. Despite what the name may suggest, this applies to any previewable file type.
Suggested by Anthony Harrington on 2016-10-19
Located in ../data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml.h:32
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Whether a tree should be used for list view navigation instead of a flat list.
Whether a tree should be used for list view navigation instead of a flat list.
Translated by Anthony Harrington on 2016-10-19
Reviewed by Stephan Woidowski on 2019-02-27
In upstream:
Whether a tree should be used for list view navigation instead of a flat list
Suggested by David King on 2017-04-29
Located in data/org.gnome.nautilus.gschema.xml:256
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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.