In 12.04, I was able to create a script in the ~.gnome2/nautilus-scripts folder and it was available when I 'right click'.
I have a script that creates a folder structure for new customers:
mkdir Documents mkdir Documents/Customer mkdir Documents/Lics mkdir Documents/%MyCompanyName% mkdir Documents/%MyCompanyName%/Quotes mkdir Documents/Mfg mkdir Documents/Deliverable mkdir Documents/Validations mkdir Configs mkdir Configs/Sites mkdir Configs/worksheets mkdir Configs/Backups mkdir Configs/Logs mkdir Caps mkdir Diagrams mkdir Diagrams/Screenshots mkdir Diagrams/Visio mkdir Scripts
I would create a folder under a "clients" folder (customerA) containing the project I was working on that day (or week). I would then open the folder, right-click on the open space and choose the scripts, 'mktree' script. It would populate each customer file with all the necessary folders.
I can no longer do this in 13.04. Well, maybe I can but have not figured it out. I saw some threads about scripts on a file or folder but not white space.
This not only keeps me organized but also is easy to run a rsync to backup "certain" customer data to our server.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.