Ubuntu :: Nautilus Toolbar "open Terminal Shortcut"

Oct 13, 2010

I want to know, how to make a shortcut of "open terminal" in the nautilus toolbar. I have installed "nautilus open terminal", there is option for opening terminal in right click menu and file tab in menu bar. But i want the shortcut to be in toolbar. I tried to edit "/usr/share/nautilus/ui/nautilus-navigation-window-ui.xml" file, but i don't know the action name, i could not add that shortcut.

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Ubuntu :: How To Change Terminal App For Nautilus-open-terminal

Dec 1, 2010

I've fallen in love with Terminator as a replacement for the standard gnome-terminal app.

However, I'm also very much in the habit of using the nautilus-open-terminal extension for launching new terminal sessions.

I'd like nautilus-open-terminal to launch Terminator rather than gnome-terminal.

A quick search of my system and the web didn't reveal anything. i didn't find a gconf setting to control this. A quick look at the source code didn't help much either.

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Ubuntu :: Move Nautilus Location Bar In Nautilus Up By Toolbar?

Apr 11, 2010

Does anyone know how I can move the location bar in nautilus up by the toolbar, as shown by this pic:

I'd rather not have to download the source of nautilus and edit the code / compile it myself.

By the way, a guy on Ubuntu Forums thought this was a mockup. It's not. It's the regular version of Nautilus, only I removed some toolbar buttons through the /usr/share/nautilus/ui xml files.

I just want the location bar next to the toolbar to conserve screen space, and be a bit more like Finder.

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Ubuntu :: Application Launcher Shortcut To Open Terminal And Execute A Command

Jan 15, 2010

I'm having Ubuntu Kramic Koala and i want to create a custom application launcher on the panel so when it is clicked it should open a terminal window and run the following command and then show the output for 5 secs and then closes the terminal... how can i do this?

cat /proc/sys/vm/laptop_mode && sleep 5

the above command is what i want to be executed at time of running the custom application launcher. if i paste the command in a terminal, it will show the output for 5 secs and then terminates... that's almost what i want. what i exactly want is that, i want it to work like when i click on the shortcut launcher, it should open a terminal and then exectues that command, show the output for 5 sec, pause, and then exits the teriminal.

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus Open A Terminal With App

Sep 2, 2010

I have some adlib music files I want to be able to double click from Nautilus.. the command line program that will play them is adplay.. However, if I just do that, then when I double click, the music plays, but no way to stop it!I tried "gnome-terminal adplay --output=oss" as the custom command but it doesn't seem to work.. I need it to open the terminal with adplay so i can stop the music when im done, since there's no GUI front end for this program..ALSA is the default for this app, but it skips horribly, and OSS was the only output device that works..

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus-open-terminal Not Showing Up?

May 23, 2010

i just:

sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal but it doesn't show up in nautilus

when i do:

gksudo nautilus and open the context menu, it does

how can i get the open-terminal to show up as user?

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus-open-terminal Not Working?

May 10, 2011

I installed nautilus-open-terminal with Code:sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal but "Open in Terminal" does not show up in the context menu.

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Ubuntu :: Open Terminal To Current Directory In Nautilus?

Jun 1, 2010

what I'd like to have is a way to open a terminal directly from Nautilus and the terminal's active directory should be the one that is opened in Nautilus. Does Nautilus have a plugin system or is there another way to add this functionality?

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Ubuntu :: Open Folder Opening Terminal Instead Of Nautilus

Apr 29, 2011

I just upgraded from Maverick 10.10 to 11.04 64-bit and I have the following problem: every program that provides an "open file or folder" function such as synapse -> open folder, firefox downloads open folder, deluge open, instead of opening nautilus in the desired folder (default behavior of 10.10), it just opens a gnome-terminal.

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Ubuntu :: Shortcut To Access Sudo Nautilus (gksudo Nautilus) From The Current Window

Feb 11, 2011

Is it possible to change my current nautilus window to have sudo capabilities,? e.g. to delete locked files. It may be lazy but if it takes a lot of navigation then it would be handy to somehow activate sudo from the open window without the terminal command (gksudo nautilus) which always begins at root.

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General :: Run The Terminal In The Folder That Is Currently Open In Nautilus

Dec 4, 2010

Currently if I have folder "/abc/def/ghz" open on Nautilus and I want to run a terminal command on that folder I have to manually open the terminal and go to that folder.I'd like to know if there is a way to have a button or a short cut that'd allow me to open the terminal right in the desired folder.Something like pressing CTRL ALT and have the terminal popup in the the current folder.

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Ubuntu :: 9.10 - Any Way To Unhide Menu Toolbar In Nautilus

Mar 15, 2010

I just recently installed Nautilus, or upgraded, from whatever was pre-installed with Ubuntu 9.10. I accidentally clicked Hide Menu toolbar, which apparently in this, there's no way to unhide it. The only thing showing now is the Sidebar, and I don't know how to get any of the toolbars back. [URL]

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Ubuntu :: 10.10 Nautilus Elementary Toolbar Editor Gone?

Oct 11, 2010

upgrade was flawless 'cept for this one glitch.

ppa w/in software sources is updated and responding properly,

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Ubuntu :: Custom Launchers On Nautilus Toolbar?

Apr 16, 2011

i have a question about customising the toolbar in the file explorer, which i think is called nautilus. i was able to add a few buttons by hacking about in /usr/share/nautilus/ui/nautilus-navigation-window-ui.xml ..but they were already defined actions. what i would really like to add is custom launchers. i have whipped up a python script that will foo and bar a glob of files in a directory, which i can pass as an argument to the script, and i would like this to be a toolbar button so i can just click an icon up there. so the launcher would need to know what directory is open in the tab which is in focus, or alternatively be able to launch from that directory as current working directory and then i can dig out the path in python. a keyboard shortcut for the launcher would be nice too

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Ubuntu :: Icons In Dropdowns And Customizing Nautilus Toolbar?

May 5, 2010

Not sure if this is just GNOME 2.30 removing customization ability, but I can't find how to add icons to the menu dropdowns and customize the nautilus toolbar (put text below buttons, etc) in Lucid. Is this function still there?

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Ubuntu :: Remove Text From The Nautilus Main Toolbar?

Aug 8, 2010

Is it possible to remove text from the Nautilus main toolbar? I would like to see the buttons only, with no words such as "Back" and "Forward".

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Ubuntu :: Adding Entry In Nautilus Toolbar To Arrange Files

Mar 11, 2011

I want to add an entry in nautilus toolbar to sort files. Same kind of entry presented in the right click "Arrange items". I have checked nautilus-actions, but don't know what are the commands, and i want the entry look like view options already available in nautilus toolbar.

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Ubuntu :: Nautilus "Open Terminal Here" Doesn't Work

Aug 31, 2010

I installed nautilus-open-terminal, and now the option "Open in Terminal" does show up in the context menu for me in Nautilus, and clicking it does open a terminal. But it just opens to the home directory, every time, same as if I'd opened a terminal in the ordinary way. I've tried to look for solutions to this, but I can't find anyone that even has the same problem. Other people complaining about it all seem to be saying that a terminal doesn't even open for them, which is not the case for me.

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Fedora :: Want To Right Click Folder In Nautilus To Open Terminal To Folder

Feb 19, 2010

I basically am hoping for a line of bash script I can put into "Open With" for folders so I can get a terminal with the right path. I hate manually typing in paths to places when I am looking right at them in nautilus. "gnome-terminal" doesn't work - it just opens a terminal to ~.

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Ubuntu :: Showing All Open Programs On Bottom Toolbar?

Aug 20, 2010

Take a look at my picture to understand what I'm talking about. I have a bunch of programs open right now and I can't see the name of the programs on my toolbar. Is there hopefully a way to see all open programs on your toolbar when this happens?

In windows OS's when you have multiple windows from the same program open they group themselves together, and on MAC OS's they have a toolbar that you can easily scroll through.

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Fedora :: Open Office 3.2 In 12 - Font Toolbar ?

Apr 10, 2010

I have installed Open Office 3.2 on My SYSTEM. However, I think its look is some ugly, specialy its scrollbars, combo boxes to select fonst and size.

The previous version (3.1) looks much better. I think that version (3.1) is integrated with the system theme.

In the 3.2 version, the toolbar look is great... the problem starts in the font toolbar, continues with its scrollbars (seems ms w 95)

Is there any installation process to integrate OoO 3.2 perfectly with Fedora 12? (like OoO 3.2 and Ubuntu 9.10)

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Ubuntu :: Locked Toolbar - New Position For The Toolbar That Sits At The Top Of The Screen

Mar 30, 2011

I have been working for the last three months with Ubuntu 10 on a destop. Doing just fine and loving it. I decided to try a new position for the toolbar that sits at the top of the screen. I did a right click and moved it to the right side of the scree, didn't like the look of that. Right click on the bar and moved it to the left, didn't like that either, so moved it to the bottom. having done all that I thought I could put it back at the top but alas, I can not right click on the Toolbar.

It seems as though the two bars are fighting each other at the bottom of the screen.I would like to go back to the default position at the top of the screen. I do have a terminal window available to me on the desktop so if I could find out the command line to type in, I should be able to reset my tool bar. Being new I have no idea what this command would be.

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General :: Mint - Open Windows Not Showing Up As Icons On Toolbar?

Nov 18, 2010

The toolbar is completely empty and when I run apps or open windows, the icons do not show up. The weird thing is when I select 'Panel Properties' and UNSELECT 'expand', then it shows up. But then my toolbar shrinks and doesnt go 100% in width.

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Ubuntu :: Single Toolbar That Has 'start Button' / 'quick Launch Icons' And Open Applications?

Sep 7, 2010

I've just installed Ubuntu and noticed that there are two tool bars.The one at the top says applications, places, system and then there is also one at the bottom.Is it possible to have just a single toolbar that has a "start button", "quick launch icons" and open applications?

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General :: Terminal Vim Shortcut In Ubuntu?

Mar 23, 2011

How can I create a shortcut to open a terminal and launch vim (terminal version, not gvim) ?

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Feb 13, 2010

Is there a way to set a specific terminal command as a keyboard shortcut? I know gnome-terminal opens the terminal, but is there a way to make a keyboard shortcut that opens the terminal and runs top?(I don't like how cpu heavy gnome-system-monitor is)

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Ubuntu :: Make A Shortcut To A Terminal (alt+ctrl+t)?

Jun 5, 2010

when I ran std ubuntu, I was able to make a shortcut to a terminal (alt+ctrl+t) .. how do I do the same with xubuntu?

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Ubuntu :: How To Change Shortcut Keys Used In Terminal

Jul 5, 2010

I want to reassign ctrl-shift-C and ctrl-shift-V. How is that done? (I'm using a Mac keyboard and I'd like to take advantage of the command key to avoid having to hit two modifiers.)

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Ubuntu :: Create A Shortcut To Run A Program On Terminal?

Jul 7, 2010

I want to create a shortcut to run a program called RoomEqWizard but the only way I know how to run the program is to open a terminal and type the location to where the program is and call the program file. I already tried creating a shortcut on the main menu but I get a "error creating the child process for this terminal" message every time...

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Ubuntu :: How To Bind A Shortcut To Close Terminal

Mar 28, 2011

I want to bind a key to close terminal window in my ~/.inputrc

I've successfully bind "double Esc" to clear a line like this

"ee": kill-whole-line

but I didn't find the command for close/exit/quit a terminal window.

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