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Nautilus file manager and desktop

Nautilus is the official file manager for the GNOME desktop. It also can be used to draw your desktop.


Recent releases

  •  11 Apr 2006 14:54

    Release Notes: Translation updates and code cleanups were done. The --no-desktop option is used for all desktop files. Startup performance was improved. Files copied from a read-only source were made writable. Bookmarking x-desktop:/// URLs is not allowed. Help buttons were added to several dialogs. SVG file identification was fixed. URIs for connecting to a server UI are now properly broken down. Icons are not repositioned on reload. Unmounted but user-visible drives are shown in the places sidebar. More information is displayed in the progress dialog when preparing. DnD target selection was made smarter.

    •  26 Jul 2004 09:28

      Release Notes: Improved drag and drop responsiveness, a zooming fix, and crash fixes. The working directory of launched processes is now set to the current view directory.

      •  21 Dec 2002 03:30

        Release Notes: No longer depends on libgnomecanvas, no longer puts icons under the panel, uses new icons for start-here, has better window titles for things like "fonts:///", and handles thumbnail preferences.

        •  21 Dec 2002 03:28

          Release Notes: A volume handling bug with thrash that made it impossible to unmount removable media while using fam has been fixed. The assertion failure on startup has been fixed. There are CD handling updates. Nautilus now uses the system icon theme. The sidebar tabs have been replaced with a new widget. The icon container uses the new eel canvas. There are UI cleanups and various bugfixes.

          •  28 Aug 2002 06:00

            Release Notes: Thumbnail preferences are now followed for svg files. Old non-UTF8 trash and home links are now handled. The "icons stacked in top left corner" bug was fixed, along with some other small bugs.


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