[Thunar-dev] Few suggestions, again...
benedikt.meurer at unix-ag.uni-siegen.de
Thu Mar 16 01:44:02 CET 2006
>>>Hm, dunno. "Show hidden files" shouldn't be used very often. I'd
>>>say, if you find yourself hitting Ctrl+H very often, something is
>>>wrong with your way of organizing your files. But as said,
>>Maybe it just me then. I found fast access to hidden files usefull
>>atleast when playing around with config files and modifying themes,
>>not a common use case for oridinary user I guess...
> Good guess. The right menu should be thin by default. If you don't
> like Ctrl+H keyboard shortcut, you can use whatever simple shortcut
> you like such as F3 for example (point the mouse cursor on the "Show
> hidden files" menu entry and press F3).
> The Xfce XSettings manager does not alow you to redefine keyboard
> shortcuts (GNOME's one allows that), so you may want to add the
> following line in your ~/.gtkrc-2.0 :
> gtk-can-change-accels = 1
> You need to quit a GTK+ application in order this change to take
...and Thunar also remembers your custom keyboard shortcuts properly now.
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