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How can I get my bookmarks, shown in Nemo Quicklists automatically.

Like nautilus can right now. As seen in the image below.

nautilus-quiclist

When i create a bookmark in nautilus, it is automatically shown in Nautilus Quick-lists.

How can i get that exact same feature for nemo!?

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I'm pretty sure this PPA is working on it, however the description says not to use it because it's a work in progress, but it's at least worth watching to see how far it gets. If anyone else knows of another way, like a way to manually create quicklists for it, please do tell.

UPDATE: I found a solution, it's not "automatic" so to speak, but I found a way to manually and easily add quicklists for bookmarks and places. Menulibre supports creating Unity quicklists.

To install Menulibre first open a terminal, Ctrl+Alt+T, then enter the following commands:
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:menulibre-dev/devel
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install menulibre

Now when you launch Menulibre, look for the Nemo launcher (it'll be titled 'Home Folder', so doing a search for 'nemo' will not work), you'll notice when editing a launcher in Menulibre there's a tab for 'Quicklists', click on it and add your items. For the commands, here's an example, to make a quicklist for 'Documents' just type nemo Documents, the working directory for the commands is your home directory, so just typing the name of the folder after 'nemo' is enough.

I hope this helps.

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I once wrote a tutorial(eurobytes.nl/tutorials/quicklists-for-unity.html) on how to do it manually. but i don't know how they do it automatically. –  blade19899 May 20 '13 at 11:45
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If memory serves, as of 2.0.8 nemo is able to show bookmarks from quicklist, so the answer it the question is updated to the latest nemo:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/nemo
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nemo
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